Dane with his "Friendship Necklace" from our cancer support group.
Shay's group took time to have each child create all of the words to describe what it is like to have a sibling with cancer.
Time with my sister.
Playing games and having fun.
All it was, was fast.
Battle off the cancer
Noble was visited by childhood friends from Fernley. They took Noble out for Round Table Pizza and reminisced about everything from preschool to soccer games. Then they came home and played Super Smash Brothers Brawl on our Wii. Noble really enjoyed talking about old times, and I loved seeing the warm smile it put on his face. His dear old friends still love and care about him. (Thanks for the visit Nathan, Chris, and Quentin!)
Fridge Emotion Charts From Cancer SuperSibs
It amazes me that the boys are still using their emotion charts. They update the chart on their own, and it’s funny how accurate they are. Shay and Dane have been really in to teasing each other and their father. Silly boys. :-)
Noble’s chart is accurate too! He is preparing to go on a cruise with Kyle’s family, Kyle, and Manny (Manalope Extreme -We love his posts!). Earlier in the week Noble obtained his pre-arranged absence slip, and he collected all of the home work that he will need to complete before his return. Tonight he packed his bags, he leaves tomorrow night. He will be gone from 2/13/2009 – 2/22/2009.
The trip was well planned and paid for in advance (We didn’t know about what Devree calls her “Radiation Vacation” until much later). Kyle’s family made all the arrangements, and Noble earned money for his part of the trip. We want Noble to continue with his full and crazy fun teenage life. So Noble’s big emotions right now are excitement and anxiousness.
Thank you so much for loving Devree and our family through this experience!