Baby Amari cancer fight
On 10/09/2018, any parents worst nightmare became our reality. At only 2 months old, our beautiful baby girl was diagnosed with hepatoblastoma, a rare form of liver cancer that only affects 1 in a millon children. Our only option is to begin the heartbreaking journey of chemotherapy for our little girl, before doctors can hopefully surgically remove her tumor. Then she will need a liver transplant. Most likely. Amari Wilson was born July 19th 2018 8.49lbs and 21" long. She was a healthy baby with no signs of complications. She came home and life was wonderful. She ate great, she slept through the night, she was a perfect baby. Only cried when she was hungry, tired, cold or Poopy!! We went in for her regular 2 month appointment for vaccines and check up. They felt a lump on her right side and sent us to the hospital for test. Cancer is something that no child or parent should have to face and I know Amari will put up a fight against this horrible disease. Please help my little angel and family fight. With life no one ever prepares for something like this. God doesn't give us more than we can handle! We are beside ourselves and we generously ask for your prayers and support. If your able to help with any form of donations that would be greatly appreciated. This fundraiser is set up to support baby Amari and family during this heartbreaking journey. Every cent will help support Amari and her family at this difficult time.+ Read More
Amari started her second round of chemotherapy yesterday. Had our first projectile vomit incident. Was pretty crazy like exorcist style vomiting. Sorry for being so graphic. Other than that she is doing amazing and still a happy baby. All the prayers and faith have been a true blessing thank you to everyone!!.
We got to go home. we will be back to the hospital this Wednesday to start another round of chemo
Were still in the hospital. Amari gets anaother dose of chemotherapy today. We have been here since Saturday night. Amari is doing great considering, they are just monitoring her and watching her white blood cell levels. they want her levels higher before we can go home.
started seeing side effects of the chemotherapy. Amari wasnt eating well, vomiting, and had a temp. we came to the hospital to be safe and they have admitted her. they have drawn blood and running tests to see if she has any infections or viruses present.