María Isabella | No More Chemo Party
María Isabella celebrated one of the most exciting moments of her life during quarantine: her last day of chemotherapy. Although circumstances didn’t allow for her family to celebrate as they had planned, they were met with a cheerful caravan of decorated cars and people waving signs to celebrate with them outside of St. Jude.
Thatcher | Celebrating a 5th birthday
Thatcher just turned 5 years old, and although his family had to postpone the party they had planned, he celebrated his birthday at St. Jude with his family during the quarantine. "Thatcher had a blast," said his dad.
Nova | Soaking up some sun
Nova is growing up so fast! She loves to have fun in the sun and in style. She and her family enjoyed a warm and very enjoyable day at the beach while respecting social distancing.
Jayson | Celebrating an anniversary
Jayson joined his two sisters to give his parents a beautiful and thoughtful surprise on their 24th wedding anniversary. The siblings set up a dinner with their own invitations and menu, all with a pirates theme, and had a table reserved just for their parents.
Miguel | One more dance
During his time at home, Miguel practiced and learned some dance moves with the help of his mom. He loves music too!
Sofía | Spending time with family
Sofia's family traveled from Ecuador to St. Jude when she was diagnosed with cancer. Thankfully, she has been out of treatment for several years. "All of us being at home during this time is chaotically beautiful," her mom said. "We are together and we focus on the good things."
Ingram | Prom from home
After prom was cancelled, Ingram and his family chose their best outfits and held a special prom-themed dinner to honor his older sister, Madison.
Dahiralis | Arts and crafts
Three-year-old Dahiralis is undergoing treatment for neuroblastoma at St. Jude. She's been doing different crafts during quarantine, including making a closet for her Barbie doll's clothes.
Madison | Graduation caravan
While Madison's original graduation plans had to change during quarantine, that didn't stop her family and friends from surprising her with a joyful and noisy procession of cars around her house.
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