At the end of April 2018 as Eleanor was turning 6 months old, we discovered a lump on the right side of her neck. After seeing several doctors and having several ultrasounds, she underwent an excisional biopsy done to identify the lump. The doctor removed as much as they could and Eleanor was diagnosed with Spindle cell Rhabdomyocarcoma on May 26th. We began treatment at Seattle Children's hospital and are going through chemotherapy until the summer of 2019. Eleanor is required to live near the hospital since her immune system is compromised, so her mother Hannah and her live in Seattle at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance House while they are on the months long waiting list for the Ronald McDonald House. Her husband Connor lives in Wenatchee where he works and is going to school at Wenatchee Valley College whilevisiting Hannah and Eleanor on weekends.