Anyway, it's heartbreaking. She's scared and I haven't figured out how much to tell her about what's going to happen. I don't want her to worry so much that she can't sleep, but I also know that she handles things better when she's had a little preparation. She doesn't do surprises well.
Today she played, watched T.V., went for a walk, made chocolate chip cookies with my mom, and had a good day. We'll hope tomorrow goes smoothly.
Genevieve, Anita, and Lauren sent a bunch of individually wrapped gifts (thank you!). We're thinking of letting her pick one out each time she does something brave (the girl is brave every day, but I'm thinking every time she has to go in to the clinic for an infusion, bloodwork, or surgery). What do