I put a link to Liam's website (Norm's co-workers little boy who has SCID) on my "Pray For" sidebar so if you want to keep up with their process you can. They still need prayers and good thoughts sent their way.
I also added a kinda vague one on the list too, "family member" and I don't feel comfortable putting any more info that but suffice to say that I do have a family member who needs prayers also.
Today was exhausting but Trina did good! Any day that she does good is a huge blessing. She also said something that again, is a testament to her courage and amazing attitude. On the way to soccer practice she said "you know, even with this cancer stuff, I wouldn't want anyone else's life". That's my sissy for ya! We are blessed, I can't argue with that. I CAN, however, think of just one thing that I would change. For cancer to leave my family the fuck alone. But again, we do have miracles, most notably Asa and Valentina.
Speaking of my little angel, she moved to her big girl bed tonight. It's a long, drawn out story (does anything ever go as planned?) and she did great in the beginning, but then woke up (granted, by falling out of the bed) and then did NOT want to go back in. Or rather, she didn't want to go back in her bed without me also in it. She threw a fit that last over an hour, during which time I kept repeating to myself "the doctor said this was ok. The doctor said this was ok. The doctor said this was ok" and I know that it is true from having her throw fits for a while when she was in her crib. It only took a few nights to break her of it and then she loved her crib, so I know in the long run this is better. It's just so damn hard to deal with at the time! We'll see how tomorrow goes.
Oh, and Donna C, you did NOT offend me!!! I, like you, am always a little relieved when I hear that other parents have the same struggles as I do with their kids.