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Picking ourselves up

Picking ourselves up

In the last blog I spoke about the day in May when our world stopped turning again. It was such a surreal time and myself and Paul were living in a bubble. It was truly unbelievable how Kerri readjusted to hospital life once again. Once Freddy had gone back in, the...
Broken Again

Broken Again

The last blog brought us up to that moment in May when the world stopped turning for us. In the blink of an eye, everything paused: life as we knew it turned upside down, all the normal was gone once again. What was particularly tough when Kerri relapsed was that we...
Moving Goalposts

Moving Goalposts

In my last blog I spoke about the memorable end to 2013, the amazing start to 2014 and the bundle of joy that arrived in 2015. The following years proved to be just as amazing as we got used to being a family of four and Kerri embraced the role of being the big sister...
The Big Day

The Big Day

Getting home after transplant in 2013 was huge, we had been so worried going into it and now here we were at home. It was such a relief to have it behind us and to move on to the recovery stage. We were used to the post transplant routine by now and took it in our...

When we got the news that Kerri was in remission, the feeling of relief was just unbelievable. Lots of people, especially our immediate family, were watching their phones uneasy as they awaited the news. It was so good to make a positive phone call for a change…...
The Dress

The Dress

To breathe seems like a simple thing to do but that day I  felt like i just couldn’t do it, I just couldn’t catch my breath. To know just 10 months after a successful transplant, the leukemia had once again taken over Kerri’s bone marrow. We were...