Thursday morning also brought some wonderful news - Keian's counts were coming in! Nearly 2 weeks ahead of schedule, and are still continuing to climb, bringing in a number of 6.36 for his neutrophils this morning! He was taken off the GCSF today, so his counts will drop once that happens, but he will likely still remain high enough to avoid becoming neutropenic again. And within a few days, it will begin to climb again.
What does all this mean for Keian, since he is now no longer fevering and tomorrow is the last day for his antibiotics? It means he will be discharged! Anywhere between tomorrow afternoon and Wednesday, we'll be walking out the doors as an inpatient until March 12th. We won't be far, as our 'home' is just across the parking lot!
I was home on Thursday and Friday night while I was packing - thanks to some lovely ladies, I was able to get most of it done before Saturday afternoon arrived. Saturday night, Ryan and I switched off and he went home for the night to finish last minute things.
This morning, we were beyond amazed when over a dozen men showed up to help Ryan move. Two of those men are part of an amazingly beautiful family that have been a wonderful support throughout most of our journey. The other men were firemen that took time from their day to generously help move us! Incredible...that's all I can really say!
Thank you to every single person that have helped us along the way, so far. We're strong, but we're even stronger with you! We love you all more than words can say<3