The memories won’t let go but love will keep us moving

memories

This morning I read this article “What I Wish Others Understood About Almost Losing a Child” and it is just one of those things that will always be with me. I don’t have the morphine bottle deep in the fridge but I have to make sure Lennon takes his meds twice… Continue reading »

April is Organ Donation Awareness Month

organ donation

I am way over due for a blog post and an update on Lennon and so with it being Organ Donation Awareness months, I am tackling both at the same time. Win! Lennon is making physical progress and even some cognitive progress. He’s still academically behind with his peers and… Continue reading »

Final Results on the Biopsy

biopsy

After meeting with our local doctor on the 25th, they explained it was an inflammation of the liver. Pittsburgh called today and stated that there was no change since the results in January and he continues to be in mild rejection. The good news is there is NO change …the others… Continue reading »

Light Cirrohsis and Mild Rejection

Yesterday I received a phone call from Pittsburgh. I had just picked up Jarod from school as he was staying late. I was debating answering but thought “this could be Pittsburgh” We commenced with a little bit of chit-chat and then the news came: Pittsburgh’s pathologist reviewed the information from… Continue reading »

ADHD vs. OCD

What a battle it is to have Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder but to also have obsessive-compulsive disorder. I knew that Lennon had both for a long time and we have always treated the attention deficit issues as that seemed to be the most important to address. However, the healthier Lennon… Continue reading »