Monthly Archives: September 2012

And we’re off–back to Los Angeles!

I’m definitely going to crash for a few days, that’s for sure! Looking forward to getting back home–

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“I’m too little to have surgery on all of those places!”

David was talking about about the skin biopsy he had at the NIH to his new friends he made this afternoon at my half-sister’s softball game, “They’re going to make all kinds of different cells out of my skin cells. … Continue reading

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More bug bites…this time on his face

Poor David keeps getting bug bites here in Virginia. The ones on his arm aren’t even close to being done healing, and he’s got a few new ones, including this big one on his cheek–

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The Children’s Inn at the N.I.H.: truly a magical place

Before I get too far away from our stay at the N.I.H., I just wanted to share how magical David’s stay was at the Children’s Inn. Besides just the fun of having games and activities for the children, what the … Continue reading

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David’s bug bites from another angle

This photograph shows the puffiness a little better.

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David’s little bug bites turning ugly

Of course I’ve seen worse on David then these bug bites in the photo I attached below, but I think it’s a little poetic that while we’re here trying to get the answer to our immune deficiency, that David got … Continue reading

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Donating blood: it is a big deal. Get extra from my family now.

I think there’s a chance that my family members would be willing to ship blood multiple times, but just to be on the safe side I think it’s best assume that it won’t be possible. I also want to send … Continue reading

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