I got to drive her and sit with her during chemo today. It was nice to feel like I was doing something. I can’t take away her pain or make her cancer disappear but I can be there. My dad is funny because he is such a planner. He had been taking her to her treatments and he texted me in the morning giving me directions and her specific sandwich order.
Today is the end of Cycle 1. Six more chemo treatments before scans and a possible surgery. And yesterday my mom picked Julian up! It had probably been a little over a month since she got to hold that sweet boy and she even danced with him for a couple minutes. This gives me hope.