Sometimes they actually do play nicely with each other. Here they are putting together an AM radio with Ben’s electronic snap circuits kit.read more
Month: June 2012
Ben had some fun with the new carpet last night.
Great news! Justin is cancer free! Time to celebrate! Please visit Justin’s page and give him a shout-out for the awesome news! http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/bunkyspageread more
Ben is awake and eating some red slushy (he hasn’t eaten all day). The surgery went well and he is now port free.read more
I got this for father’s day. What a great way to start the day! Blessings, Mattread more
Another conference dedicated to Neuroblastoma research will starting next week in Toronto. More details are here: Advances in Neuroblastoma Research It’s really great to see more research for NB. Someday, maybe they’ll find that elusive cure. Blessings, Mattread more
I love hearing about these new treatments. Often times the treatment itself sucks for our kids, but this gives me hope that someday they’ll hit on one that will cure NB. At the least, it gives our kids a chance to fight for a while longer.
Both Ben and Madeline are off to summer camp this week. They are up in the mountains with some of their friends at camp Wapiyapi. Next week is Ben’s 11th birthday. He really wants a new rifle but I’m not ready to make that kind of commitment yet. Next week will also be the removal of his port. After three […]read more
This is cool. Of course, our personal experience with Ben shows that. He spent countless hours playing video games to pass the time. http://www.thedaily.com/page/2012/06/10/061012-news-ipad-children/read more