I woke up about three times,
all week long,
checking Andrew's tubes
and changing his soaking diaper
(from the constant fluids being pumped into him).
So I'm tired.
But I have to tell you about my day :)!!
the first thing I heard was Andrew yelling at our six-pound dog
(with an over-active tongue):
don't lick my beautiful Mommy!"
Andrew (and his pump) and Ruby had been dumped into bed by my husband.
He was done dealing with all three boys downstairs,
and didn't find it fair that I was still sleeping.
After hearing those sweet words,
I didn't mind the "wake-up" call.
About half an hour later, the alarm on Andrew's pump went off:
Reservoir Volume: 0.0. Empty!
The last round of chemo: DONE!!!
(try not to notice the cheerios, 'kay?)
After our field trips,
we headed to the Rainforest Cafe for dinner with my parents, brother and aunt.
Andrew growled at the Cheetahs,
and warned other children:
"Get back to your seats before you are eaten!!"
He was serious.
(I have no idea what Sammy is doing.
Perhaps praying that his food would arrive soon?
It took about an hour.)
Then we drove home.
And opened all of the packages.
Thank you all!! So sweet.
Stay tuned for the next "Hats" edition.
I have lots of pictures to take!!
Champagne is still waiting.
I think we gotta drag this celebration out for awhile.
It was an amazing day.
Chemo is DONE!!!