In November 2020, we found out that our daughter Eloise Zoe, has a brain tumour.
This blog is an attempt to keep people updated on how she (and we) are doing and provide some things to pray about.
Thank you for your time, prayers and support.
You can find a summary of Eloise’s journey so far, here.
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Today, Eloise had her 10th intrathecal chemotherapy. Only 2 more intrathecal chemo’s to go – 3 more months of chemo drugs…. The plan is for her to finish treatment at the beginning of August. We can see the end of treatment in sight. Eloise tolerated the chemo really well today and thoroughly enjoyed her dayContinue reading “Chemo and MRI debrief”
Late yesterday we got phoned by the Royal Marsden to inform us that although they don’t have the full radiologist report they still discussed Eloise at their weekly Neuro-Oncology Team Meeting. Mr Singh (Eloise’s neurosurgeon at St George’s) said he had looked at the scans and they looked “all clear”. We will still wait forContinue reading “Early indications show that the scan is clear!”
The last few weeks have been full! Over the Easter holidays (following Eloise’s intrathecal chemo) we had a lovely few days at Mel’s Mum and Ross’s and then the Easter weekend at a holiday cabin near Lymington, Dorset – thanks to an amazing charity, Momentum. We had a great few days enjoying the weather andContinue reading “Chickenpox, MRI, nursery planning…”
Born in June 2019, Eloise is a happy, clever and fun loving toddler.
Early to walk (10 months!), she has a great sense of adventure, humour and loves nothing more than to dance and sing. Thankfully she is very talented at both.
Her favourite person is her older sister, Anna.