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The Jordan Family.

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Raised by 830 people in 13 months
Created May 29, 2018
The Jordans have been having a rough year to say the least. While Dawn has been struggling with Crohn’s disease for 10+ years, it was the worst while she was pregnant with baby Cullen this past year and also running around with 2 other rambunctious boys Tyler (5) and Owen (2) with her husband Casey’s help. After Cullen was born, only 4 short weeks ago, Dawn has been in and out of the hospital many times with intestinal problems. Finally, on Friday May 25th, she went in for surgery that was supposed to end all her pain. Doctors were shocked when they found stage 4 stomach cancer. They had no idea and their world has been shaken to the core. Tests are still rolling in and it’s all so new, but the family could use the support from friends and family to help ease the financial burden. Casey’s job unfortunately comes with traveling and right now all that matters is being by Dawns side and maintaining some normalcy in their life for these 3 sweet baby boys.

Diaper requirements have been filled!!! We have left wipes and formula on the registry to help them! One click and it’s done!
https://smile.amazon.com/baby-reg/dawn-jordan-july-2018-howell/3DLG0MHBDF476
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Casey Jordan...I have to finally give this man a shout out. He has completely readjusted his life to fit the needs of mine. This man has been taking work off to be superdad and superhusband. The exhaustion I can see him quietly wearing pulls at my heart but I know is temporarily necessary. This go fund me has allowed him the peace of mind at least financially to know we are being taken care of and any donations are greatly appreciated. We have also been getting so many mail donations and I want to take a minute to say thank you! Your generosity has helped ease a BIT of tension from my husbands face and I’m forever grateful for that. Thank you all for the continued posts of prayer, thought, stories and strength. The outpouring of support that continues to pour in daily is nothing short of overwhelming. I am currently reading them from within Hospice Care in Saline. Here I am getting some needed fluids and rest. It was amazing being home with my babes but took too much energy to be home unfortunately. Thank you Kristin and Mallory for making my room so much more homey today ❤️ I’ve also been able to spend some time on my own reading books on tape. This way the boys will have them to listen to down the road, titles like Goodnight Moon and I Love you Forever. As much as I’ve been in
everyone’s thoughts, you’ve been in mine. Again, the support is overwhelming. Keep it coming!
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Dawns latest update:
The last two months, thirty days have been spent in the hospital. Today marks days 7 of my current stay. Tomorrow I’ll be leaving with hospice on my side. It’s not the outcome I’d hoped for but I am at the point where I want to be home enjoying my family and making memories while I still can rather than sitting in hospitals every week from chemo and drugs and radiation. My body is unfortunately too weak to fight major battles like chemo and surgery and all we are focusing on now is comfort and being happy these last days/weeks. I know miracles can happen and I still pray for mine but if not, I can at least go be with the miracles I have right here on earth until my time is up. I have a lot of emotions right now obviously as we prepare for the end. I appreciate the understanding that I may not be able to text everyone back at all times as the days are roller coasters. Hopefully I’ll be able to get as much in with as many people as I can but in the mean time, thank you so much for the support. I know it will continue well after I leave for my husband and boys. I know there will never be a shortage of love for them. And of course, they’ll always have my love in their hearts.
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Here is the Facebook group link to follow any and all updates regarding to dawns journey! Thanks

If you haven’t been following the “Team Dawn” Facebook group. This was the update Dawn wrote after her U Of M oncology meeting on 6/13.
The family is seeking more opinions as they try to navigate what’s going on.

“Yesterday we met with oncology. There was a lot of scary words thrown around like incurable, months, chemo. Due to the metastatic stage of my cancer, it is incurable. It also cannot be removed with surgery because it has spread so much. They are going to approach chemo with a two drug choice instead of three because of my malnourishment. When I get stronger and if need be, we will add the third drug down the road. Next week I get scans and meet with the nutritionist. The following week I will start chemo. We are hopeful that with medicine, faith, and hope, maybe some odds can be proven wrong. We are going to fight and will need all the prayers we can get.”
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Hey Everyone! Here is the link to the Facebook group that has been set up to keep everyone updated on Dawns journey!

https://m.facebook.com/groups/786242341566822
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