Making his own sunglasses so he can say cheese for the camera
Finally the perfect marshmallow!
And the perfect s'more
Could a kid be any happier than when his hands are stuck together with marshmallow?
We had to teach the cousins our Camp Hobe jellyfish song
Ty's 3 year old cousin (you might recognize him if you've seen the movie 17 Miracles) is now a hair taller than him, I looked up his height and weight percentages as they compare to other kids his age...according to the calculator I used, Ty is at less than the 3rd percentile for height...but he is in the 20th percentile for weight, yay! I'm glad his weight is at least on the charts. As I was measuring Ty's height while he was alseep in bed just now, making Brady stretch his leg out so we could get an accurate measurement Brady called me obsessed...I have no idea what he is talking about, every mom measures their kids in their sleep right? ; )
Like I said in the post before this one, we finally feel like we are in maintenance, where Ty still takes immunosuppressants to prevent relapse of the Leukemia but his life is back to normal for the most part. We are so thankful he is doing so well and we hope it stays that way!
Thank you so much for the prayers, concern, dinners, luminaries and cancer walks in his honor, and donations to the causes that we care so much about. Thank you so much to those of you who have joined our team and for those of you who haven't signed up yet but are planning to, it will be an event you won't want to miss...it is even worth a trip to Salt Lake to be there so I hope to see hundreds of you there! Also, if you have lost a child to cancer and you are planning to attend, let me know, they let go of a white balloon in honor of each child who lost the battle and I want to make sure they have a balloon for you if you are planning to be there. Thanks!