As the year winds down, and the holidays approach we celebrate the birth of our Savior. I can't think about His birth without thinking about His death and sacrifice for us. It is for this reason that I am so grateful to Him. It is also a time for thankfulness. Kate's amazing progress through her journey to a cure, tops the list of my reasons to be thankful! I thank Heavenly Father each day for bringing her into our lives and for allowing us to keep her here until a good old age!
Her last clinic visit was wonderful with continued good news of an ANC at 1500. Her worst curse is a never ending cold with accompanying hacking cough but if that is the worst of the winter, we'll take it!!! On her last clinic visit, 2 weeks ago, Kate wanted to make her "nurses and everyone" cookies, so we found this cute recipe in a magazine and went to town. She happily bopped around the clinic sharing her goods with all those she cares about and who now feel like family. She has also made them another Christmas gift, fun bookmarks, and can't wait to bring them to the hospital next week.
Kate remains a tender hearted, loving little girl who shares her sunshine with those around her. How blessed we are to be in close proximity!