John was home with Noah tonight while I was at a meeting for a few hours. I called on my way home to see how everything was going and Noah just had his shot and was enjoying his ice cream reward. John told me that he was worried the shot would hurt more than usual because the numbing cream we use was rubbed off before it had time to take effect. While he was putting the needle in Noah's leg he apologized to him for having to give the shot, and for it hurting worse than usual. With the needle still in his leg, Noah reached up and put his hands on John's face, leaned over and kissed him.
I wanted to share that story so you know what a sweet little boy we have...not to mention brave. I know I said many times before how amazing he is about getting his shot, but even his nurses have marveled at how well he does with it. As John said to me tonight, "He is my hero. " :)
He is doing well; white count and platelets are still low, but hopefully that will change by Thursday when we get his blood tested again. Thank you for praying!
These posts are written by Noah's parents Jessica & John David Crowe. The default author is Jess, and those written by John David will be noted.