Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Chloe's Day at the Clinic - The Movie

Many people have asked us what it is like for Chloe to go to the clinic at the DeVos Children's Hospital to get her chemotherapy treatments.  We've talked about putting together a movie for a while, but now have finally done it.

Here's a 4 minutes and 45 seconds glimpse into our eight hour day yesterday.

10 comments:

Linda said...

While your articulate and beautiful writings are always an awaited treat, a picture really does help ... especially a story picture like your movie. Thanks for taking the time to put this together for all of us who care so much!

Linda in Texas

jr said...

Thank you for taking the time to do this for all of us, Kip and Christa! You have a beautiful little girl-

Veronica said...

I would love to knit some hats for that hat box...

mi joanie said...

Posted at 2:14 AM? Long day for you. Thanks for the peek into your journey. You are doing an amazing job walking the line between being loving and gentle/ yet seeing to the tough part of the treatment.
Love and prayers to you all
Joanie (Adriann's mom)

Tracey Willemstein said...

It is an honor getting to know your family through this blog in addition to getting to know Kip at school. Chloe is a beautiful little girl and I am humbled to be given a glimpse into your lives through the video. Thank you for sharing your journey. My family and I continue tompraybfor ll of you daily.

tmaynard said...

You continue to amaze me with your strength. You have a tough, adorable, beautiful little girl and a strong family. May you all keep your heads high and know you are surrounded with love and support. ... The video is amazing!

jcamenga said...

Your devotion to Chloe and willingness to share are much appreciated.

Kathy said...

LOVED the video....and especially the smiles from Chloe!

Adriann Divozzo said...

Thank you.

Kristen said...

Echoing what others have already written, it is very meaningful to get to picture a day at the clinic. Thank you for taking the time to do this.