Seriously, we have a split household right now, with Hannah and I rooting for the Red Sox and Colby and Dave rooting for anybody but. Hannah said she's wearing her Red Sox hat tomorrow, which is pretty risky, considering we have a clinic appointment in the heart of Yankee country. I guess when you're 8 and bald you can get away with pretty much anything.
The girls carved pumpkins last night, although no one touched the "inside yucky stuff" except mom. They were hard at work and look how great they came out! I have to take a picture without the flash so you can see how nice they look all lit up.
Tomorrow we have clinic, so hopefully Hannah's platelets are up from last week, so that she can get her next round of chemo next week. She is also still on Neupogen shots, so we also hope they stop those tomorrow.
This weekend our family is heading to New York City for a pumpkin festival and walk through central park. The event is sponsored by the Pediatic Brain Tumor Foundation and the Sunrise camp for cancer kids to raise money. Hannah is going to donate money from her cans for cancer fund. We hope that the weather holds so we can attend! I'm sure we'll have lots of pictures to share from that. We are all looking forward to participating.