Hi everyone! Yes, a mother’s love is so important. And I salute all the mom who gives love to their children unconditionally. And this is the reason why I am writing. I would like to know if someone could help me to raise money. I have my youngest baby Adrian, a 9 year old child, who is barely living his life, who loves to go to school , a big helper at school and home, In fact he got an award because he loves to help his teacher. He helps his friends when they are bullied. He felt the same before several times , so he knows how it feels. One day, he felt so weak, his legs were hurting. The next day, he started to have fever, weaknes, that he was walking like a robot because of the pain, bruises on his pains on arms and legs. He couldn't sleep for days... my poor little one... I took him to the ER twice not once, but twice at first, and doctors did nothing. I also took him to ER in the clinic and nothing. All they gave him was medicines for cough, which he didn't have those symtoms at all. I took him to another clinic and this place told me to go to ER, he couldn't help me. I was begging him but he sent me to go to another ER, way farther than the first one. I knew he had something else. I have two other kids, older than Adrian and I know when something else is not right. So, this hospital which I am happy that we went because they were able to help my baby boy. They did blood tests twice and from here they already knew he was feeling very sick. The hospital was going to sent us to Loma Linda University Hospital. It is known the best hospital for children with this situation. We were told that an ambulance would take us there. From Thursday to Tuesday, almost a week feeling so sick...I was mad, frustrated, crying and helpless. I felt that nobody wanted to help us. Adrian stayed there for a week. Days were so sad, intense, worries because we didn't know what was going on with him. In the middle of the night, the ER doctor woke me up to tell me it was malignant. Just by hearing that word, I knew it was bad, bad sickness. I cried and cried, begging the doctor to wake me up from that bad dream. Chaplin and nurses were with me, consoling me. I called his dad and my husband right away. Days passed at the hospital. It took us to know four days to really know his diagnosis. Then that was the day of my biggest sadness.... He was diagnosed with an (ALL), Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia for almost three months now. It was the hardest news a person could ever get especially when it is your child. My baby Adrian has been going to treatments in Loma Linda clinic , receiving his chemos, labs and procedures like bone marrow and spinal tap when it is necessary. He has lost weight a lot. He can’t go back to school for at least 6 months due to his low immune system. He is receiving home schooling for now. I had to stopped working since all this started. I am taking care of him. I feel like I am a nurse. I even have to learn how to give shot. Which I am scared myself. But I am there for my baby, whatever it takes to learn, I will do it. I don’t know when I will be able to go back to work. But he is more important right now, and his sake is more valuable to me. I love my baby, I love all my kids. I would like to know if someone could help us emotionally because until now , two months passed already and I still cry...Financially talking, since I had to stop working, it is hard for me, because bills never stop coming monthly. I want to thank my husband Derrick for all his love, care, dedication and hardwork. I also want to thank my kids and family for their support. I would like to know if someone out there could give us some help. I know that our Almighty God is with all of us, especially to the people who are ill. People, please do not lose your faith when you encounter problems, trials or tribulations. GOD loves us.
May God Bless all of you. Thank you for reading my baby’s story.