Unfortunately after an hour or so of research and numerous question to my blogger friends I stopped looking for your identity and started stewing in the cruel words you wrong on my blog, about my son and involving my family. I made a post of facebook about your cruel post which received 64 comments varying in support and the use of MANY 4 and 5 letter words about you.
(I don't even know if you are gonna read this post, and if you do too bad but I blocked anonymous post from here on out, so if you post, we will have to know your identity-kinda funny how one apple can ruin it for the rest huh).
Obviously you are not a parent and if you are may God bless your children for you lack of support, care, and the will to fight for what is best for them. Just by posting those few words people could learn a lot about you and the kind of person you are. I actually feel sorry for you anonymous because if you were placed in our situation kinda seems like you would miss out on a possibly great life for your child if you are willing to give up that quickly. What you may or may not realize as a parent is you will do ANYTHING for your child, and I mean A.N.Y.T.H.I.N.G, and that means going to the end of the world to make them happy and in our situation save a life.
What you don't know and many of my blog followers probably realize is I don't post every.single.detail about Keegans care plan and what choices we have and what we don't. Sometimes I do though, and when I do its not for you to judge nor anyone else, this is the place I come to tell OUR STORY, POST MY THOUGHTS, and LET OFF MY STEAM. Only my husband and myself along with our close family know what the walk we are walking and help in the decision making. Many families that I am close to with children that have cancer can sympathize, but since each case is individual and no one case is "worse" than the other. So they don't even know OUR walk.
Anonymous you have NO idea what you are talking about and have obviously never met my son. Every person my son has ever met is touched by him and his story. They are touched by his bright blue eyes and fall in love with him almost immediately. He is such a cool kid that if you did ever have the pleasure of meeting him I am sure you would realize just how special he is.
In closing I would like to make something perfectly, crystal clear. Keegan is not being put through hell. Proton Beam Radiation has minimal side effects and, as if its any of your business, our oncologist thinks it will actually save his life and rid him of this cancer. Shame on you for not knowing the whole story and blaming me for "putting my child through hell". I will say extra prayers for you because there is this lady named Karma and she is a REAL bitch, I hope she visits you one day and realize just how bad simple words can make one feel.
Keegan's Momma Bear