Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Record Time

Today James went to the clinic and had a great visit. We arrived at 8:15 and we left there with chemo in hand at 10:00. That is down as the fastest clinic visit ever. His counts were good. They are monitoring his liver enzymes because last week they were elevated and this week they had doubled from that. They are taking him off the Bactrim(antibiotic) until next week when we go back. Please pray that his enzymes will return to a level that they are comfortable with so that he can resume Bactrim. Its important for him to be on Bactrim because it best protects him from a pneumonia that immune-suppressed people get.

He was a "ham" again today. Everybody is so impressed with what a big boy he is. In fact when you ask him how big he is he throws up his hands in the air and we say "so big" (thanks for teaching him that Aunt Julie). After taking a ton of pictures I got some with him showing how big he is. He had gained some weight which was also good.




James has become quite a "reader" and I wanted to share some picures of him "reading".

We are now looking forward to his cousin Taylor, his Aunt Mary Beth, and his uncle Drew coming for a visit at the end of the week. Thank you for your prayers. We love you all!

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

These pictures are too cute and I love the one of them together.
Love and prayers.
whitney

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Michael and Jana said...

Hello,
Stephanie left a message on our blog and that lead me to your blog. Our son, Joshua, was diagnosed with ALL almost a year ago. Needless to say, we understand alot of what you are going through. Ironically, we went to the clinic today thinking we were just in to check counts after a 5 day hospital stay. What should have been a quick visit turned into 4 hours. We were still neutrapenic, but good enough to go home. Here's hoping our next clinic visit as quick as yours.