Meet the Boyd's

We are so excited to introduce you to our little cancer buddy Connor Boyd. Connor is a fighter with an amazing attitude! He was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia on November 9, 2011. Meet this sweet little guy and his amazing family. Read his story below written by his Mom.

This picture was taken right before Connor was diagnosed

 Connor and his family
On November 9th, 2011 our lives changed forever when our sweet Connor was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia, at the young age of six. His cancer journey has not been an easy one. He was put on High Risk protocol after his cancer cells were more persistent than expected. He has had many hospitalizations for chemotherapy as well as

 Connor receiving bone marrow and a lumbar puncture.

We spent Valentine’s Day, Easter, Mothers Day and Connor’s 7th Birthday all inpatient at Primary Children's. He has had to endure all the horrible side effects of chemotherapy, which at times seemed like more than his little body would be able to handle.

Connor is a fighter and has had to grow up way to fast. His view of the world is astonishing, it takes your breath away. He is known for his beautiful eyes, smile and intelligence. He has over two more years of chemotherapy left but has come so far in the last year. He has endured things children should never have to, and he always does it with positive attitude. We love him so much and are very proud of him. We raise awareness because NO child deserves to lose their childhood, or most of all their life to CANCER!

Let's join together in bringing some smiles to this beautiful boy & his family.
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-P.S. We Adore you. XOXO


Jill said...

His smile is contagious! (and so are his tears...)
What a brave little kiddo.

Jericaxo said...

I second that Jill!

Amanda said...

I LOVE this family. They are so deserving. Connor is such an example of strength. He is a fighter through and through. Connor has been a huge support to our sweet Millie. He was always sending her letters and little gifts from down the hall of the Oncology Unit, and now that Millie is home Connor still sends her mail. These two cancer cuties have become great friends. I am so grateful for this sweet boy. He is not only a fighter, but an
extremely loving and caring child. We are blessed to have gotten to meet him and his wonderful family. We love the Boyd Family!

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