Choking

Thank you Lydia and Linda for your help tonight. And thank you David for attending Alissas award banquet for me. Katie had a long day. It was just a long, long day. She choked on her first bit of food tonight. It was silent and had I not been looking at her, we wouldn’t have even noticed. It scared her to death. I’ve learned from countless parents and Dr’s that this is a very scary, and bad sign for a #DIPG patient. We are concerned. Tonight she slept early. She needed it. And so do we… So off we go. Here’s are some pics and a very, very scary statistic that we should all share for #GoGrayInMay. We are hoping for better luck tomorrow! Thank you so very much everyone. Goodnight… #KatherineTheBrave

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