An absolutely HUGE thank you to all those who helped create this stunning quilt for Eden, her brother Logan loved the square that represents him and Faora in true 10 month old style just wanted to eat the square that represents her. I shall try and get a better picture of Faora and her square, she was too busy wanting to stand.
Once again thank you ever so much xx
Born at 30 weeks and weighing just 2lb 2oz, back in 2006, it was clear from the start that she was a born fighter.
In May 2020 she complained of pain in her right leg and I put it down to growing pains and an excuse not to help. I eventually gave in to her complaining and thought I'd play her at her own game and contact our GP. He decided to send her for an x-ray which she went for on the 4th of June. Hours later that same day another GP from our surgery rang to say they've picked up an aggressive looking growth in her thigh bone. The next few weeks blurred in to each other, appointments with specialists, MRI scans, CT scans, biopsy at a hospital 3 hours away. On the 9th of July Eden started chemo and 6 days later her baby sister was born.
On the 6th of October Eden had surgery at Stanmore hospital, 3 hours away from us in Middlesex. There they removed a 13cm tumour, had to do a complete knee replacement and 18cm of thigh bone removed and replaced with an internal metal prosthetic. 3 weeks she spent there recovering and learning how to use her leg again.
She's now back to the chemo routine and we have to wait until March to find out how her lung mets have responded.