Loves to Eat: Crab
Wants to be: A Police Officer
Best Friends with: Every Disney Princess
A Disney Cruise!
Baller since 2019
Kylah was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) on April 5, 2018, at just 3 years old. Kylah had been having fevers and complaining of hip & back pain off & on for about 2 months. Her desire to do anything just diminished. She didn’t eat, drink, play or go to school; she was just sleeping all day. She just wasn’t herself. She would be completely fine for 5 days and then the feeling would return and she would be out for 4 days. Between March & April, we took 2 trips to the ER where her urine was checked each time and we were sent home without certain answers. The 3rd time we took her in to the ER, we demanded that her blood be drawn because we just knew there was something very wrong with her. After her blood was drawn we were told to choose a children’s hospital and go there right away.
The next day we were greeted by a Dr. & a social worker informing us that Kylah had all the markers for Leukemia. Our entire world was flipped upside down. We were transferred to the oncology floor of the hospital and things just started happening so quickly. We’ll never forget Kylah’s first nurse, Emily, who continually reminded us that ‘ALL’ is treatable and curable. We held onto those words as well as our faith in God to get us through. We learned to lean on our family and close friends for support. We received an abundance of prayer from all over the world.
We received the best news on May 8, 2018 - Kylah is in remission! That day was very special to us because it was also her dad’s birthday. She is definitely a daddy’s girl. Kylah’s treatment will be 2 1/2 years, it’s going to be a long road but Kylah is strong!