In September 2017, Easton went home cancer free.
But after a short time, he suffered a seizure, and scans showed the cancer had reappeared — this time in Easton’s brain. His parents were perhaps more terrified than ever. But St. Jude was at the ready.
On Dec. 20, 2017, Easton underwent his second brain surgery. On Dec. 21, his mom, Kahlee, delivered his first sibling, a baby brother, at a nearby hospital.
On Dec. 25, the family was able to spend Christmas together in St. Jude housing. Despite the hectic circumstances, Kahlee calls it “the perfect Christmas.”
Not only were they all together for the first time, but St. Jude had made sure there were gifts for Easton. “It was more than we could have done for him at home,” Kahlee said. “It was wonderful.”