Thursday, 21 June 2012

Thursday II ...

It's not all doom and gloom. Adam's had a good day. His diarrhoea seems to have passed given the toilet inspection I conducted earlier. Eating has been better today; back to porridge for breakfast, and finished his tea without needing very much encouragement. Blood counts are low, though still well above the levels at which transfusions are required. This should be the low point of the cycle, so we hope to see an upturn from here.

Despite the variable (rubbish) weather, Adam and his Mum went to Chessington for a few hours today. Put Adam in good spirits, gave Jessica the right hump, "How come Adam gets to go to Chessington whilst I'm stuck in school DOING A TEST?" The two of them spent the evening playing Club Penguin, and then Adam went back into his cabin bed for the first time since his portacath was inserted over a month ago. We shall see what kind of night he has ...

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