|Chloe rocks the pinball at Jonny B's|
It's great news. We're excited about it. Yet, we're wondering when our hearts will catch up with our brains and we'll fully be able to feel the extent of how great it is.
Chloe's oncologist showed us slices from her CT scans from yesterday in comparison to July 7, the day she was admitted to the hospital. It's still a little hard to fathom how she could have had something so huge (roughly 13cm x 13cm x 13cm) inside of her (that wasn't supposed to be there) and we had no clue.
Once her port is out, we'll be able to return to "normal" life. But what is normal for our family now? Chloe's cancer has changed our family in more ways than we know how to describe.
|Playing pinball at our lunchtime celebration|
|Enjoying a celebratory cake|
Last week, our neighbor Ellen pronounced Chloe a member of "Team Fun." After caring for her so intensely for the past seven months, we're hoping that some of Chloe's Team Fun spirit will rub off on the the rest of us. Heaven knows we could use it.