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On July 27th, 2011 our daughter Sarah was born. She was a slight dark haired beauty with soulful eyes. We named her Sarah Margaret after my Oma and went home to be a family of four. She quickly earned the nickname Sweetheart Sarah by her big sister. Life with two young girls was busy and so fulfilling. Rachel and Sarah loved each other and our days were filled with the noise of sibling laughter, fighting and adventures. In 2014 we celebrated Sarah's 3rd birthday by swimming, having grocery store cake with candles at the park.
A few short weeks later I found myself sitting beside Sarah in an ambulance being rushed to the children's hospital after what we thought was a common cold escalated into serious breathing issues and concerning xrays. In a mix of terror and relief we received the diagnosis of T cell Lymphoblastic Lymphoma, our introduction to childhood cancer was made and our life was broken wide open. Sarah lived with cancer for 3 months. She endured pain, fear, chemotherapy, radiation, surgeries, procedures, ICU stays and life in a hospital bed. We did what we could to give her a good quality of life. The hospital staff fought hard for our sweet girl and after weeks of tirelessly trying to turn a corner in her health it became so clear that it was time to let her have peace. We stopped treatment and said goodbye the few days we had left.
On October 31st, 2014 Sarah died.