Out of 3 daughters Mimi is our middle child, older sister Iza by 3 minutes and a younger sister Magi by 3 years. Mimi was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) on August 12, 2009. After 2 years, 2 months and 26 days on November 6th, 2011 she took her last chemo pill and is considered OFF Treatment! This is our story of our journey through childhood cancer.

Sunday, October 31, 2010

Happy Birthday to the youngest!

Little Miss Magi spent her first day being three today with her big sisters, buddies, aunties, uncles, Babcia & Dziadziu. Of course there was way too much food but it was all yummy!

When Magi was born one of the nurses told me Magi will be a wonderer, a traveler. For a while I thought she got her all wrong. She was not into walking until much later, she didn't really talk early. Well All that changed and she has grown so much this past year and not just in shoe size. She talks like she is much older than she is, sometimes I forget how old she really is. She is very independent, although she pretends she is not and likes things done for her. She is our little fire cracker our little BOO!

Happy Third Birthday my tiny monkey!

Magi and her Giant Birthday Doughnut.

Asleep on the couch with some of her favorite things bunny she called bear forever and her night-night


  1. Such a fun day yesterday! Thanks for having me and for all the delicious food. Maggie sticking her face in the birthday donut was by far my favorite part :)


  2. It was fun :) I was so glad to hang out with you guys to celebrate another birthday!

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