Saturday, September 14, 2013


Written September 14, 2008 


Hannah moved her toes on her right foot! Less than 12 hours from me updating Hannah's journal on Thursday evening she started moving her toes. 
She had not moved her toes on her right foot in over 3 weeks.

God is answering prayers for us daily!  
Thank you for all the prayers too.

Thursday night we made it to our room. Hannah had a pretty good night. Her temperature would go up and down but nothing over 101*. 
Her lab test showed that she was in fact neutropenic. 
If her ANC is anything under 500 she is neutropenic and Hannah's ANC was 384. Friday, we canceled her radiation treatment. 
Hannah's ANC had dropped again to 30. 
She ran a low grade fever on and off all day long. 
She is getting antibiotics to fight off any infection that she 'could' be exposed too. Hannah is being strong and doing ok. 

Today, Saturday, Hannah has had a little nausea, she is still running a little temperature, but is resting well and playing and laughing too.
 Her ANC is on it's way up. This morning in was 37. 
Her toes are still moving!

On the welcome page of Hannah's website I have put some information about ordering 'Hope for Hannah' t-shirts. Just e-mail me if you would like one and we will get them ordered. It may be a week or two before you get them. Also, I am going to post a picture of the shirts under the photo tab later today or tomorrow. 
(Shirts are not being ordered/made anymore.)
Hannah and our family have made a new friend. 
Miss Lillie Burton, she has just turned four and started her radiation the same day as Hannah. Lillie's family moved into the same apartments as we did, they are good people. Please check out her website and add her to your prayer list too. 
Her website is under Hannah's 'links' tab at the top of the page. 

Thanks again for all your prayers. Please continue to pray for Hannah's blood work to go back to normal limits and for her fever to go away.
 Don't forget we want her legs to start moving too!
 Have a blessed day.

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