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A website to help Caleb, Colleen and Mike through this tough time.

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Posted 2019-09-18T02:36:48Z

Caleb's Caped Crusaders

From Mike and Colleen:

It has been a little while since we have posted anything. Caleb overall has done absolutely great with all of his treatments and we have made it to Maintenance!!! This phase is just a 3 month cycle of IV and oral chemo, with a few other goodies sprinkled in, that repeats itself for the next 3 years. While this feels really daunting, it also is a huge milestone to get this far in his treatment, so we are really proud of our little warrior!

Caleb is truly amazing and despite not feeling great all of the time, is still an insane, crazy, out of control toddler, and we couldn't be happier about that. His favorite thing right now is for his animal figurines to fight each other...constantly. Mama and Dada keep working on the animals being friends with each other, but Caleb is having none of it. He is also very into Spirit on Netflix in a big way and we build a living room fort at least once daily. 


Thanks again for everyones continued love and support. We feel it every day!

 

Another way to help:

We are participating in the “Young Heroes 5K Walk/Run and Kiddie K” on September 29, 2019 to raise funds for childhood cancer and blood disorder research at Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children. These are the amazing people directly caring for Caleb and all the courageous kids affected by cancer and other blood disorders. This is a small way that we can give back to the people who dedicate their lives to caring for these young heroes! We have a team fundraising goal of $500, but would love to raise as much as possible. If you can make a small donation, we would greatly appreciate it! If you want to join us to walk/run on September 29th, feel free to join our team and we can stand together against childhood cancer!!!
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Caleb's Caped Crusaders

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