Category: Akron Children’s Hospital



Fingers crossed and prayers sent

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This is take two for this post cause the first one glitched out and disappeared. I’m gonna try to reproduce it as best I can. I played phone tag with Akron Children’s Hospital today. I called this morning to get the results of Gavin’s labs from last week and it… Read more »



Anxiously awaiting Gavin’s test results

I just left a message with Gavin’s Gastroenterologist at Akron Children’s Hospital. We’re supposed to call towards the end of this week to get the results of Gavin’s labs from last week. We’re looking for his ANC or Absolute Neutrophil Count. If his numbers are high enough, they will schedule… Read more »



Here’s what happened at @AkronChildrens today

We ended up not seeing the doctor we thought we were supposed to and while we were initially thrown off at first, we really like the new one.. There was a great deal of information but I’m going to make this as quick and concise as possible. Basically, there are… Read more »



We’ve arrived at @AkronChildrens Hospital

While the insane amount of never ending construction didn’t make it easy, we have arrived at Akron Children’s Hospital. Gavin’s all checked in and we’re waiting to be called back. It’s really a strange feeling being back after all this time. Between Gavin and Emmett, we’ve spent so much time… Read more »



I feel like we’re off to a good start

The boys have been safely delivered to school and I’ve been to the track. I feel so much better after walking and I’m ready to take on the day. It was perfect weather for walking and while I had to push myself to go, I’m so glad I went. ☺… Read more »



The last time we were here, we received devastating news

Today is going to be one of the biggest days we’ve had in awhile, at least as far as Gavin and his health are concerned. Gavin finally gets back into Gastroenterology. We’ve finally come full circle and I’ll explain why. It’s been awhile since he’s been seen and that’s only… Read more »