Here's how William spent Saturday afternoon (after a couple hours of Wii).
Being with James makes him feel normal and forget about things that have changed. While I was discussing our family with a nearby mom, William chimed in, pointing to James, "Some people think we're brothers, because we look alike, but we're not." I love that he doesn't realize that James has grown a foot, gained 30 lbs., and has enough hair for the both of them.
- Monday morning we meet with the radiation oncologist to be presented with his radiation plan. Assuming we accept it (duh), we'll get the tour of the machine and initial measurements will be taken for his positioning, etc.
- CT, bone scan, MIBG scan, and bone marrow biopsy to be scheduled soon. Hopefully this week, but I have yet to be notified of appointment times. Yes! I love living like this.
- I continue to draw his blood at home for labs and Ryan drops them off at the hospital. This eliminates unnecessary exposure to harmful germs at the clinic.
- Still waiting for the ANC >1000 to start radiation. The ideal window to begin radiation is by March 14th.