Cast of Characters

UsKelly a.k.a. Doodle’s Mom. Mom of two (Lexy – 14 and Caity 11 *sigh*), Wife of one (Alex). Currently works in the Energy sector and is in the process of establishing a Canadian Marketing presence within her International company. A Soccer Mom living the dream in Suburbia with two cars and three cats and two kids and the two of us. We have close family and friends and hope to one day finally pay off the mortgage!

I want more for my children than I ever had. They mean the world to me. I want my husband to be well too and maybe some day he will be whether by medicine or science, or some other miracle. He is now nearly nine years Post-Transplant and so far the filter is still working great!

This is us at a photo shoot when Caity was about 9 weeks old. As you can see, she wasn’t too excited about the whole experience. Lexy, 3 1/2 at the time, was my little angel. Once she got over the jealousy of having a new sibling, our collective stress levels went down.

We actually managed to make it through the day without killing each other. A miracle in itself.



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  1. I am truly amazed about your store Kelly 🙂 I have too say you are one strong woman. Alex & you never meet me but my Auntie & Uncle Marc can tell you who I am. I am truly happy too have found ths blog about Alex’s story. We has peoples crying for having a sore head or anything like that but I heard so much of Uncle Marc wanted too give is son is Kidney I am proud of him he gave him a gift that I would give also too anyone of my family membres 🙂 You guys have beautiful daughters one day I would like too go back and visit Auntie & Uncle and my special little cuz Denis. When I go back up I would love too meet you guys :-). My heart & prayers go out too your family xox

    God bless & stay strong Kelly

  2. I love your blog… I am just starting peritoneal dialysis and hoping for a transplant later on this year. I hope you are all well.

    • Thanks 🙂 Always nice to know that someone is reading what I’m writing 🙂 I hope your PD works well for you – it’s supposed to be quite good once it works. It didn’t work for my husband unfortunately (we’re still not sure why), but his transplant is working well! Keeping my fingers crossed for you.

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