anna's blog

Our beautiful, gorgeous little girl, Anna, has leukaemia. She was diagnosed on Monday 5 December 2011.

Welcome to Anna’s blog

on December 10, 2011

This is our story for family, friends and anyone else who may be interested. It’s also to allow us to express and share our feelings. It will mainly be me (Ann Marie, Anna’s Mum) posting but I’m hoping everyone else (Nathan – Anna’s brother, Peter – Anna’s Dad and Anna herself) will contribute.

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9 responses to “Welcome to Anna’s blog

  1. clare beck says:

    We are with you on the journey which will take us through uncharted waters.

    Good job Anna is learning to swim!

    Clare

    (one of Anna’s many aunties)

  2. Tracy says:

    Thoughts and love to you all x

  3. anne mawer says:

    Glad to hear Anna is coping well so fr. Thinking of you.

  4. Helen & Paul says:

    Glad that the portocath will still give Anna the chance the chance to swim. We hope everything runs as smoothly as it can. We are thinking of you. x

  5. mandy campbell says:

    All our prayers and thoughts with you all. Anna couldn’t have better support .Stay strong 🙂

  6. Helen & Paul says:

    I learnt from a friend whose daughter had leukaemia that her mobility had been affected. It made me hope that tackling it might bring improvements for Anna. We are delighted that that seems to be the case. The photo of Anna opening her presents is lovely. It is nice to see her smiling. x

  7. Lindsay says:

    Anna, I miss you at nursery. I am still doing the jig-saws,but it is a lot harder without you there to help me! I liked seeing your photos and I love your pyjamas with the yummy apple and your big teddy bear. Love Isla x

  8. Gillean McCluskey says:

    hello Anna and Nathan and Ann Marie and Peter
    It is great to see you on the computer and to hear how things are.
    Anna – I dont blame you for not smiling with your feeding tube in. I dont think I would either! We are thinking of you a lot and praying that all the doctors and nurses and everyone will be able to help you get better soon.

    Lots of love from Gillean, Tom and Sam

    Sam says a special hello to Nathan and remembers how brilliant he was at climbing the climbing frame in the park when he came to visit us in Biggar

  9. Joy Crosby says:

    Ann Marie, just heard the news about Anna from Sharon and wanted to let you know my thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. May God help and strengthen you all as he guides the hands of the doctors who decide on her treatment and the nurses who care for her daily.

    All best wishes.

    Joy Crosby x

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