Levi started school on Monday. I was so sad that I could not be there to take him to school on his first day. My friend Moby took him. I asked her to get some pictures of him, but he was so excited he just would not be still for any pictures. He was so happy to start school and see all of his friends again. I signed Levi up at the SuperSibs site. It's an organization that supports siblings of children with cancer. What a great idea. They sent him a big envelope with his name on it. He got a ribbon, an arm band, and some temporary tattoos all telling him what a great big brother he his to Luke. He also got a magnet with all the emotions on it, so he can show us how he is feeling. It changes all the time. Sometimes he's sad, 1 minute later he's happy, then he's angry. The thing is, I know he is going through all these emotions and he doesn't really know how to deal with them. SuperSibs sends letters from other siblings and lots of information that is age appropriate. He loves feeling important and getting mail. He is pretty involved in what is going on too. He knows now to wash his hands and use anti-bacterial hand cleaner before touching Luke's hands and face. He loves to entertain his baby brother too. When the home health nurse came here to hook up the IV, Levi had lots of questions for him. He asked about the central line and what to do when the IV was empty. He's a very smart little guy. I guess we are all learning a lot.In the car going to school
Levi in his new class
Playing with Moby
Thank you for all your prayers, phone calls, encouraging cards, and meals. Lets continue to claim that healing in Jesus name!