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Princess Eden Adams

A place learn about Eden Adams and her fight against Neuroblastoma.

Tuesday, April 03, 2007

Good Week

As you can see we made the most of our weekend! Sorry it has been so long for an update. Eden spent last week with Daddy and all was well. She made it to school each day with no problems except Thursday she had to go to clinic and needed red Blood. Friday night she was able to spend the night with Micah and she had a wonderful time. Thanks Micah! Sat night we headed to the Buckeye Hall of Fame Cafe and met up with the crew from Mr. Tire of Columbus. They were having a fund raiser for Breast Cancer and you could pay to put a pie into the Owner Clyde's face. As you can see Eden loved doing that. (other pics are Eden with Mr. Buckeye, Eden with Kelly, Eden with Ella(breast Cancer survivor) Kelly is a Co-worker of mine and a huge Eden fan and Eden loves her so much. Thanks Kelly for the invite. Everyone there made little Miss Eden feel like a star. Monday Morning we headed to Clinic and we could tell that Eden would need platelets. Poor little thing looks like she has been beaten! Her Platelets where 8,000.... They should be at least 150,000, so no biking riding for her. She spent the after noon with her friends Ally and Lil and played her little heart out and headed home to ride in her barbie car. Its the only thing i feel save in letting her ride on right now. She will head back to Clinic tomorrow for probably more platelets and Riley has his appointment to see how his ankle is doing and with any luck he will get his cast off or at least get a smaller one.


At 3:32 PM, Blogger Olivia said...

I am so glad to hear you are having so much fun and doing so well, Eden! The pie throwing looks like it was a lot of fun and you were great at it too!

Riley, I hope you can get your cast off soon! Good luck with the appointment!

Hugs to all,

At 1:55 AM, Anonymous Tawny said...

It's getting close to a special princess' birthday!! :) Eden looks absolutely adorable! Great to hear that she's doing well and has been having fun! I'm so glad she's feeling well as unfortunately that's not the case for many children I check up on. The pediatric cancer world is such a horrible place, I can NOT wait until we have cures for these nasty cancers! Stay Strong!

-Love, Tawny
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