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Comment by Donna Childers on April 28, 2011 at 10:36pm

Chrissy, I looked at your websites and pages; I am bawling my head off..I am so sorry. I couldn't imagine a little baby. I had so much fun with my Trent, camping, fishing, playing, snuggling in bed and giggling together and talking into all hours of the night and then we'd sleep during the day. He was 7. He is 7. Trent's birthday is next week and every year the Girl and Boy Scouts would do a 'Pet Walk' in memory of Trent; well, it's only been 3 years and no one contacted me this year. I guess everyone has just moved on with their happy and healthy kids and their lives; happy that 'it' didn't happen to their kid.

Annette, I met Rob Cottrell, the founder of HopeKids in AZ, I think that's how you spell his name, not sure. He was at a HopeKids event in Minneapolis at the U of M. They did a lot of great things for the kids...

Comment by Amy Bucher on April 28, 2011 at 12:55pm
I prefer PAC2 as a social media tool for communicating with and among other childhood Cancer parents, family members, friends, and advocates.

Group members always here, always listening, whenever needed.

I've reserved FB for our family and more familiar friends. It had gotten a bit too difficult to manage with so many connections.  That's just what works for me. I love directing people to PAC2 because it is so full of vital information and, when utilized by the community and foundations to publicize events, demonstrates how powerful we can be as "one voice united against Childhood Cancer."

Again... we're here and listening, whenever someone needs a safe place to write. This group is particularly special to me because even when silent for a while, it's here, reminding me there are others... so, so many others...

Hugs,

Amy
mom of ^^Arden^^ (forever 3), Grayson (4 1/2), and Zoey (17 months)
Comment by Aimee Dickey on April 28, 2011 at 7:28am

Deb,

Even though many may not posted regualerly in this group you should always get an e-mail update. I am not as active as I use to be, since I am on FB more. I always to try my best to reponse to a post if need be. Just know your are not alone in this journey.

As Donna stated, PAC2 is a very active group overall, it's just the smaller groups within that may not be as active. I am also very proud to be a member here, and have learned a great deal over the years.

Donna, my Aimee was a HopeKid while we were living in AZ. An amazing organization that does so much for the kids. I still keep in contact with them.

Remember Deb, I know your journey, and I am here for you if you ever need me. Hope and Aimee were the same age, same type of tumor, so your not alone. Love you and God Bless always.

Annette (angel aimees mom)

Comment by Donna Childers on April 27, 2011 at 11:58pm

This is the first time in a long time, well, over 8 months, that I received an email with an update. The PAC2 is an active group, maybe not this 'thread' ? I come on here to click around every once in a while, but don't post because I'm always too sad. After my son died, I dove into working more and started school again to get my Bachelor's degree, anything to keep me busy, to keep the pain away. I believe in PAC2, they are doing great things to try to get more money for Children's Cancer Research. For now, I try to help my local organization which raises money for cancer kids who are still alive. It's called HopeKids and they do a lot of activities. I'll get more active in this group when I'm done with school this year.

Just seems like our government, pharmaceutical companies, don't care about kids cancer, they are just looking for where the mighty dollar is going to make them more money. and more adults get cancer so that is where they want to apply their money.

Comment by Deb Fuller on April 27, 2011 at 9:46pm
Hello...is this an active group?  It looks like the last posts are a bit older...
Comment by Karina Pesta on August 23, 2010 at 5:47pm
As soon I drove off after dropping my 10 yr. to his first day of Middle School, I burst into tears. Watching all the kids and parents walking to school was an "in-your-face" reminder that Life Goes On and yet, my life seams stagnant since my child died. Every morning I get up, put my "hanging in-there" face mask and feign that everything is ok. And strangely, people have bought it. The second year anniversary of her passing is fast approaching and I already feel the anxiety of that date suffocating me.
I miss her. I miss my sweet Teagan today. I love you Teagan.
Comment by Melisa Samaniego on July 22, 2010 at 1:07pm
Always remembering my precious little Jacob, my courageous little hero!!
Missing you, Love you so much!
Jacob Samaniego - Oct 7, 2002 to Feb 1, 2010
http://jacobshope.blogspot.com/

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Comment by chelees turner on July 22, 2010 at 10:34am
My 8 year old daughter dies 03/21/2008 from rhabdomysarcoma cancer. Ashani was my only child, she battled the canceron and off for 4 years. Since her death I feel lost like a part of me is missing. My heart has a pain that does not go away. My birthday recently past 7/9/ and I was just so sad,emotional I just miss her so much and I dont feel my grief slowy reducing yet.
Comment by Colleen Martin on April 11, 2010 at 12:06am
On April 1 it was 2 years since Danielle earned her wings. It seems like yesterday, but then again, it seems like forever since I have held her in my arms. She was only 2 1/2 when she passed and it is not getting any easier...actually its getting harder by the day to deal with it. I miss you baby girl...I love you forever
 

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