On 30th November 2017 we heard the words no parent should have to hear…
On the 30th November 2017 we heard the words no parents should have to hear…
This week we are 6 months on from that awful day and we wanted to share with you our journey from the beginning. For those that have been with us from the start and those that have joined us along the way, we are so thankful to have you fighting with us.
Are you going on holiday? Or even a day out somewhere different?? 🗺
Can you help us by wearing your Spider-Ede Tshirts? Spread the word and tell the world! ✈️🌍 🚗🌍 🚂🌍 🚢
If you haven’t yet got yourself a tshirt you can order one from the wonderful Nikki at 14 Degrees Down.
How far can Spider-Ede get?
You can post your photos on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, make them PUBLIC and use #SpiderEdeTee so that we can see them, and let us know where in the world you are 💪💪
Alternatively you can send your photo direct to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We’ve had a little break from the video diaries whilst Edie has been in hospital and time has been precious, but here is a catch up from Ashleigh.
This week Edie has been in ICU all week.
This week has been another rollercoaster, starting the week well but ending on a hospital trip and worrying 48 hours.
We started the week off with positive news for Edie and it’s been a busy week with the arrival of Nanny Hazel and Aunty Kirsty. We’ve done so much this week just getting some family time in.
It’s been an emotional rollercoaster this week, but we’ve got through it and our little DIPG warrior is still fighting thanks to the love and support of everyone back home.