Category: Bilbo’s Journey
I’ve finally sat and written this post because the whole point of this blog was to help me. To share our story when I couldn’t face repeating it over and over. I owe it to myself to let it all out.
I haven’t written since we hit the half way point 126 days ago. The gaps between my posts have been increasing and so has the silence.
Day 617: Today marks the halfway point for Bilbo’s treatment. We’ve been fighting cancer for 617 days and I write this post with mixed emotions.
We’ve been isolated now for 15 weeks and I wanted to document some of our Covid-19 experiences the good, the bad and what we’ve learned as a family.
Day 564: LEGO House Make-A-Wish postponed, we should have been flying to Denmark on Monday instead we will enjoy a staycation in the garden.
Bilbo is no stranger to lumbar punctures he’s had 15 over the last 540 days. But today our trip to Oxford was anything but normal.
Day 529: Grief, this isn’t just any grief, it is a confused, upside down version of it because whilst I am grieving so is the whole world.
As a cancer family we’re very used to isolation. Here’s some of our top tips and resources for surviving isolation and making learning fun.
Day 498: Coronavirus I thought I would tackle the topic of Coronavirus. First and foremost we are taking our lead from experts.
Day 481: We’re currently in cycle 3 of 11 maintenance cycles. And our end of treatment date is set for 18th March 2022 this is what maintenance looks like.