Remission - noahbug

Celebration Associated with Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL). Posted on September 8, 2012 View this journey (7 Experiences)

Well, it will be 10 years since I was initially diagnosed in December and 6 years since I completed my treatments. In that time, so much has happened that I am forever grateful to have been able to watch and experience. My son is now 9 and a half and is a true wonder! He is a typical kiddo who other than being small for his age, has no lasting side effects from being exposed to so many chemo agents and narcotics while in utero! And although I was told that I was in early menopause from my treatments, I surprisngly and joyusly became pregnant again! Our daughter is 5 and another little miracle who brings a light and happiness to our lives which is inexplicable. Our family is blessed beyond measure and we are grateful and thankful for everything we have, every experience we share, every sunrise and sunset, every kiss and hug, every tear shed or pain felt and all the hurt we experience at times, because feeling these things, both happy and sad, means we are here; we are alive; and we are present!

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