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My Other Son…

I’ve been wanting to write something for a while now about my other son. The one who doesn’t have Leukaemia. His name is Harrison and he’s 2 and a half years old. As the brother of a child with cancer, he is suffering too.

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75 Days of Cancer…

Today marks 75 days of Cancer. And you’d be forgiven for believing we are a “normal” family. Except we aren’t normal and whilst we can try and believe that for a split second, there are so many things that bring us back to “cancer reality”

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Day 65: Decisions Decisions – Clinical Trials

Clinical trials come with a huge morale and personal dilemma for our family. Do you opt in or out? What is the right decision? Not an easy choice to make.

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Surviving a child cancer diagnosis – the first two months

Surviving a child cancer diagnosis isn’t easy. This post lists the things I wish i’d known from day one, we hope this may help other parents in the future.

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2018: The Year of No Regrets

2018 will forever be the year Bilbo was diagnosed with cancer. But it does not define our year. Why? well because until D day, we had one of the best years of our life.

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Day 59: Surviving Christmas with Cancer

We just about survived Christmas, it’s been challenging, emotional, hilarious, fun, festive, frustrating, filled with laughter and baby sharks, tears, tantrums, lots of temperature checking and ALL the food!

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Day 50: Managing expectations and Winging It

Since D Day we’ve been winging it sometimes we’re getting it wrong VERY WRONG and some days I swear I deserve the Oscar equivalent for parenting.

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Day 44: Pearson, Tears and Dinosaurs

55 Days It has been exactly 55 days since I was last in the Pearson office in London. The week before Bilbo was diagnosed I traveled to our Hoboken office for a leadership team...

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40 days of cancer…

10 more days And like that another 10 days have passed, we’ve now hit 40 days of fighting cancer. It feels like yesterday I was writing 30 days of cancer… Time flies when you’re having...