They gave us some new medications for Abby, one for nausea, one for her stomach to keep her from getting nauseous, one for any diarrhea, an antibiotic to keep her from getting a form of pneumonia, and a prescription mouthwash to help her mouth and throat from sores from the chemo. Luckily, the nausea medicine, according to Abby, tastes like cherry soda, and the chemo tastes good too! That will make taking medicine much easier. I made sure that Maegan was on the other side of the house when I got the chemo out and into the injector, and then I would not let her get close while I gave it to Abby.
We are feeling optimistic and energized at this point, knowing that we have an army of angels on our side fighting with us. Abby is very excited for her party on Sunday and we just thank God for the little miracles that he shows us and gives us daily.
Abby's therapy is scheduled for 7:30 am tomorrow and should only take about 20 minutes to complete. Then it will probably take around an hour for her to wake up from the sedation, and then we will come to Grandma and Grandpa's house to pick up the other little girls, and head home for a couple of days. Please keep my Abby in your prayers! If you saw the news story on her, you have seen how strong and brave she is! We know that it is from the power of prayer!