I bounced Bailey gently as I tried to calm her down. It’s been about 10 days since we found out about Bailey’s Hepatoblastoma. They have put her on a ton of medication to help her stop vomiting and gain some weight. They figured out that she has a tumor inside her lived causing all of this. Since she is so little, size and age, they don’t want to operate on her to take the tumor out so they are trying out chemotherapy to get the tumor to shrink before it disappears. Dad had some of his old friends pull some strings to get me a phone call to Tanner, which led to an emergency deployment back home. I don’t think I have ever heard Tanner so heartbroken. He broke down crying screaming the words I couldn’t say. Why, why, her. Why do you have to take away everything from me? Why. I just sat there crying as I listen to him screaming in a overseas airport. I felt horrible that all I could do was sit there and cry and tell him I was sorry. Well Tanner was on his flight home now. I was taking Bailey and Wyatt to the Airport with me to go pick him up. I looked at Bailey as she giggled at me. She was such a angle. She still, even with battling cancer, was a happy little baby. She giggled at us when we did something stupid, or if we were being funny. She would laugh at her brother when we was being funny, but still crawl over to see if he was alright when he fell.
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