Thank you to everyone for your thoughts, prayers, and support. All of the comments and emails have been wonderfully supportive to our family.
Elliott will have to have surgery to remove the brain tumor. The surgery needs to be soon. I have taken up the full-time job of researching to make the decision as to which hospital and surgeon are the best fit for him. I've been on the phone, computer, or at neurologists appt almost constantly since Monday. I'm looking forward to tumor free brain for Elliott and a nice vacation for all of us once we get on the other side of this. I can't wait to breathe that huge sigh of relief.
Somehow I missed your last post, and I don't comment often, but I wanted to say that I'm sorry your family is facing this uncertainty and I hope that your husband's surgery happens quickly and is successful. I'm sending peaceful thoughts for you and your family as you navigate this difficult time.ReplyDelete
I will continue to pray for strength and healing.ReplyDelete
My 32 year old brother had a seizure at work on Halloween and after an MRI, we learned he had a brain tumor. I remember the emotions and stress like it was yesterday. His was cancer. They removed all that they could (they said they can never garuntee it is all out), he did 3 months of radiation, and he is now doing a year of chemo pills. It's been crazy. But he just had his first post op scan and it came back totally clear!ReplyDelete
Here's my post about his surgery date:
Praying for you.
thinking of you lots. my friend that has the brain tumor (she is just now 41) says think happy thoughts and keep on fighting for your kids. (that is her motto)ReplyDelete
Prayers for a healthy Elliot and a Speedy Recovery.
Thoughts and prayers for comfort and , most importantly, healing during this difficult time. Thinking of you all...........ReplyDelete
I just wanted to take a minute to say that I will be praying for your family, for healing, comfort and wisdom.ReplyDelete
Sending lots of healing thoughts your way, as well wishes for strength and peace during this stressful time.ReplyDelete
Prayers, hopes, and hugs to you and yours.ReplyDelete
Sending prayers to your family.ReplyDelete
My hopes and my prayers be with you an your family!ReplyDelete
I'm so sorry to hear what your family is going through. I pray that supernatural healing is in his body now and he's already on the road to recovery even before the surgery!ReplyDelete
Sending your family lots of good energy and positive healing thoughts.ReplyDelete
bless you and yours. will pray that the surgery leads to a quick and complete recovery!ReplyDelete
I am sorry you have to go through thisReplyDelete
Bless you, your husband and little ones
Hi, really sorry that this has happened, but God willing he will make a full recovery. A good friend of mine discovered a lump in her head, it was initially diagnosed as a cyst, but after months of getting bigger it was finally diagnosed as a benign tumour. They estimated that it had been growing for 30 years, since she was a child. She had surgery some months later and has since made a full recovery.ReplyDelete
Praying that you will be having the celebratory vacation soon xxx
Will say prayers for your family. keep your head up and take each day one at a time. God is good.ReplyDelete
sorry to hear this sad news, but just want you to know that God will not forget you...because we will keep reminding Him...ReplyDelete
I have been following you all for, gosh, a couple years now. Your family is such an inspiration. My most fervent prayers and love goes out to you and your family.ReplyDelete
Sending Elliot (and you all) lots of love, hugs and prayers from France.ReplyDelete
Ugh, so sorry to hear the devastating news! Well wishes and prayers for you, your husband, and your children.ReplyDelete
I'm a little biased since I work for St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center, but I (highly) recommend Barrow Neurological Institute. They are amazing. http://www.thebarrow.org/index.htmReplyDelete
I am so sorry to hear the news! I will keep you all in my thoughts.ReplyDelete
I hear amazing things about MD Anderson (a hospital in TX). One of my friends had a (benign) brain tumor removed there 5 years ago. She is very healthy now.
Best of luck and please keep us updated!