I reopened my eBay store and set a goal to sell 100 items this month. As of today I've met that goal plus some! Ryder loves to go to the post office with me. His favorite part is seeing himself in the window. I've never know someone who loved themself so much 😂😂😂. Side note, I've been hoarding those Batman converse since I was pregnant 😍😍 #shoeissue
Entering Ryder because we love your shirts. Ryder is 2 years old. Loves to smile and have fun and he loves to rock his DS shirts with matching shoes. I think he would be great as a rep for you ❤.
Over the weekend Joe seemed to be coughing a lot. In time it was clear what they call "hot potato voice" was back. We could see his tonsils were almost touching. I called him out of school today and cancelled therapy so we could get into the Dr. His strep test was negative but by this point you can see the swelling on the outside. She ordered a throat xray stat (we had it done today) and told me to see an ENT as soon as possible. After many calls today I found one that can see him at 8am Wednesday. He currently is in no pain and doesn't feel sick so it is so puzzling. I'm certain with these 2 situations being so close this Dr is going to say his tonsils have to come out 😭. If you are wondering, this is what "Hot potato voice" sounds like 💔💔💔.
September is childhood cancer awareness month. Go gold! •Childhood cancer research is vastly and consistently underfunded.
•Childhood cancer is the leading cause of death by disease in children under the age of 15 in the U.S.
•One in 285 children in the U.S. will be diagnosed with cancer by the time they are 20 years old.
•Every year, an estimated 250,000+ new cases of cancer affect children under the age of 20 worldwide.
•Two-thirds of childhood cancer patients will have long lasting chronic conditions from treatment.
•Childhood cancer occures regularly, randomly and spares no ethnic group; socioeconomic class; or geographic region. In the United States, the incidence of cancer among adolescents and young adults is increasing at a greater rate than any other age group, except those over 65 years.
•Childhood cancer is not just one disease. It is made up of a dozen types and countless subtypes.