Radiation therapy did not happen today. It was my fault actually, I did not hear my alarm clock and when I got AA ready I let him play for a minute while I finished getting ready. Little did I know that there was a box of apple juice on his train table that he ran for immediately, by the time I got to him he had already had some juice. I had to call the hospital and they cancelled the therapy because it could be fatal if he goes into sedation with fluid or food in his system. We will be back on Monday. Sorry AA, Sorry hun..
Andrew Aidan, Our Fighting Warrior!
Andrew Aidan and his dog Beemer have been the pride and joy of their parents, Michelle & Roi ever since they were born. AA loved to take walks outside, play with his best friend Beemer and his Thomas the Tank Engine set of toys along with any other plane, helicopter, car, truck toy he can get his hand on. For those that have met him, they saw the soul of a mature adult in the body of a sweet, loving boy with a beautiful smile. He bravely battled an aggressive, inoperable, rare form of brain tumor called Atypical Teratoid Rhabdoid Tumor or AT/RT that spread to his spine as well. This type of cancer effects less than 50 children a year in this country. He has been an inspiration to us and we are sure he will be a vessel of motivation to those in similar situations. Thank you God for protecting our boy!
Andrew Aidan (R.I.P.) , Michelle (Mother), Roi (Dad) & Beemer