“Mary never left his side.”
“She didn’t recognize me the first day she was back. It was a very emotional time for me.”
“Yes, my chest still closes up. Yes, I still begin to shake. Yes, I still cry. Yes, sometimes it still hurts to breathe. But I sit there, calm myself down, and continue on about my day.”
“I have been telling his story for people who had no idea this could happen. And to push if the doctors take it too lightly.”
“I am still in shock that our little boy was sleeping on my lap, throwing the football, running around with the dog and just starting to show as being sick. And today he is on life support,” his mother wrote when the harrowing ordeal began.
“On Friday we thought he was doing well. We still thought he had a really bad case of croup and that we may be there for only a week or so.”
“Today I broke down. No one should have to see their child like this.”
“When you hear the word cancer, all you think about is your family and everything you never did. Once the shock wears off, you put on your big girl pants and fight like hell.”