Our little one is doing well. She has finally stopped throwing up. It seems that this time post-treatment she threw up more than before. I don't know why, but I wonder if it has something to do with the fact that she started her last round of Chemotherapy with a cold and her system was already run down. She has had her blood drawn three times since we came home. Her levels should be at their low right now, but they are actually pretty good. They're a little low, but not enough to need a blood transfusion. Her ANC is up high enough that we were able to give her her last Neupogen shot last night, HOORAY! She will be glad to be done with her shots, I think she has finally caught on to what happens when we take the syringe and needle out of the package. She starts to wiggle, hold her legs and fuss. Hopefully this won't have lasting effects on her for shots she will need in the future. We have noticed that her appetite is coming back. Not back to normal, but she is eating three small meals a day. This is good since she usually will eat only one good meal a day and pick at her food the other two meals. It also takes her almost two and a half weeks before she actually eats three meals again. Her energy level seems to be back as well. We feel really good about her progress. Our other children keep asking us when their sister is going to be better, since we don't know for sure, we just keep telling them that when her Broviac tube is removed then she will be better. Now every time they say their prayers we hear, "Please bless Alyssa to get her tube out so she can be better." I guess we need to explain it a little different so they don't think that the tube is the thing that is making her sick. Our oldest daughter understands but I am not so sure about the middle two children. Speaking of prayers, we are so thankful for all of the prayers being said for our family. We know that we are being very blessed because of the faith and prayers of all of our friends and family, Thank You!