We started round 3 yesterday and either we're getting used to it or time is moving quicker because tomorrow we should be ready to go home. Cash has done about the same with this round, except he threw up quite a bit yesterday (but none today thankfully). We did find out that this almost our last scheduled stay, only two more days at the start of round 4 and the rest is outpatient which we're very glad for. During rounds 4-6 they will give him chemo for two days, then we skip a day, and the third day is where they give him back his stem cells collected.
Aunt Laura and Travis came today and played with Cash. Here's a picture of Laura and Cash coloring:
We met another family today with a little baby (diagnosed at 2 weeks) with a very rare form of Sarcoma - I would ask you to join us in praying for Aiden A., he has a long fight ahead of him as well. Being today is Easter, I am reminded that He is indeed risen and has taken our sins with Him to the cross. I am thankful and know that God has a plan for our children (and us of course) and He is good and with Him nothing is impossible.
Have a blessed Easter and thank you for your prayers and support!