She did it!!!! Kayla did it! We are so sooooo proud of her!!!!!!
31 rounds of Radiation to the brain and spine.
4 Rounds of Chemotherapy.
One very amazing and brave little girl named Kayla.
I am swirling in a very euphoric place right now. Somewhere between shock and a very bittersweet love for all that we have just been through.
The greatest place you never want to have to be
So grateful for the love and care you have shown our family
In the video and pictures you will see Miss Theresa. One of Kayla's most favorite people at St. Jude. She made life during Chemo bearable and for that, she has a very special place in our hearts. We sure will miss her. We promised to visit in the Fish-Bowl (no further!!) when we come in the future. No room on the BMT floor for us! So much love for her!!! A special thank you to Michaela, Kayla's awesome 2nd grade teacher here, for video taping this so that I could take pictures. We are SO glad you could be here for such an unforgettable moment! We love you and will miss you so very much!!!! You know we will be visiting you every time we come back too!
|Michaela and Kayla :)|
Last Stat Board!
Last Vital Check
I love how PROUD she looks here. And she should be!
A blur of Confetti & Love!
Admiring the tiny pieces of paper that surround her wondering who would be cleaning up this mess?
Kayla and Miss Theresa
Get these sticky things off of me!
"Come on Kayla, dance with me baby"!!!
SO proud of our graduate!
All over the world right now, kids are graduating Pre-School, Kindergarten, Elementary School, Middle School, High School, & College. Our celebration is very different. Today marked the day that Kayla graduated from the Bone Marrow Transplant floor at St. Jude. She has officially finished the hardest parts of her treatment here and we couldn't be more proud of how strong and courageous she has been throughout. We are so full of hope that this will be the hardest thing she ever faces in life. Hopeful that she grows to be a very old lady! I look forward to all of the milestones to come. So very hopeful for a healthy future and grateful for every breath.