|Pre-meds while adding beads of courage.|
|Naps, not just for Logan|
Infusion was standard and long. Logan did a great job just hanging out. I was a little worried since he had already napped away most of the waiting, that the waiting through infusion would difficult for him. I really enjoy that he usually naps through the infusion. It's amazing that he knows to just sit and wait. For a 3 year old, to sit for hours and not fuss, it's a miracle. Once we were done with all the meds, flushes and snacks in my bag, it was ALMOST time to go home. One more thing we had to take care of, the flu shot. For Logan, getting the flu shot is a risk. For one, his immune system is compromised so his body might not process the vaccine like it is supposed to. Additionally, Logan is allergic to eggs, and this is known to be problem for having an allergic reaction to the flu vaccine. Despite the risks, the risk of him getting the flu with a weakened immune system is MUCH worse, so it was time for the shot. (He definitely could NOT get the nasal spray as that is a LIVE vaccine and would definitely make him sick). He wasn't happy about it, but who is?
All in all, another long day at the hospital done, and another treatment closer to, hopefully, taking care of these tumors. Thanks to my parents for making the trip down to spend this long day with us. I know Logan really enjoyed having them there for him.