Lynda Renham's Blog

Originally posted on Nurse Naomi:

image Happy colouring in her pretty new shoes

I wrote this a few weeks ago…thought it was time I shared it:

It’s blessed that Hana is still so young and blissfully unaware of her increased body size. The ‘weight’ of her possible future lies solely on the backs of the adults who love her so ferociously.

I wonder what people think when they see me pushing her around the shops in a stroller, (thank god she still fits in).** Oh, she does walk too, but she tires very quickly. They look down at her then up at me, probably wondering what the hell I’m doing, letting such a big girl be so ‘lazy’. Try lugging an extra 20-30 kgs around everyday all of a sudden and see how tired you quickly get – I feel like wearing this on a T-Shirt. Or, ‘Yeah, so she got tired, you would be…

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3 thoughts on “Dealing with Rapid Weight Gain in my Daughter after her Brain Tumour

  1. Linda Biggs says:

    Thanks for sharing that post Lynda. It’s quite a sad story in its way, and I do hope the little girl gets well again.

    1. lyndarenham says:

      Thank you. Hana is my granddaughter. So we are obviously always thinking of her. Thank you for your kind words. xxxx

    2. lyndarenham says:

      Thank you. I thought I had answered this but maybe it didn’t send. Hana is my grand daughter. Thank you for your kind words. xx

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