Our local McDonald’s in Winsford organised a ‘Back to School’ raffle and a colleague karaoke night to help raise funds for Oliver and managed to raise a massive £240! We would just like to say a huge thank you to everyone at McDonald’s and our local community for getting behind Oliver and contributing towards his […]

In just 4 weeks time, on 7th October 2017, a group of friends and family of Oliver’s will summit Mount Snowdon and will be raising funds to go towards Oliver’s fund. A separate JustGiving page has been set up for this event. Should you wish to donate, please visit https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/oliverprice-amuptee If you would like to […]

We have set up a JustGiving page for Oliver to help raise funds to go towards specialised equipment he will need in his early years, check it out! It’s gaining lots of support and we cant thank everyone enough for helping to reach the target!    

It was the morning of the operation. I didn’t sleep, I couldn’t, to many thoughts going around in my head. Telling myself this is real, this is happening today, I’m saving my baby but in return his leg has to be taken away and it’s a feeling I can’t explain. Our lives will never go […]

It’s the 1st June the day before the operation and after waiting for a tedious long week to pass (or what its felt like) Oliver is due to go into hospital this afternoon. I feel a mix of emotions, leaving my house knowing when we return Oliver wont have his leg breaks my heart. We left […]

We got to the hospital at around 12pm ready for his pre-op and to talk about the level of amputation. Oliver’s surgeon is away on holiday however, she wants the surgery to be done as soon as possible so has asked her colleague who she thinks very highly of to carry out the surgery. We […]

On the 4th May 2017 we attended an appointment at the children’s hospital in Manchester to see the oncologist. We didn’t really have any idea what this appointment was for until we got there. An oncologist is a doctor that specializes in the treatment of cancer. Even though Oliver’s tumors are benign he needed to […]

On the 13th April I had a call from the surgeon asking us to take Oliver in for an MRI on the 18th April with a follow up appointment the following Tuesday. The surgeon wanted Oliver to go in for a full body MRI and an MRI of the leg. She wanted to see how […]

So it’s now around 5 weeks since we were told the news about Oliver. The first week and half from when we found out was the hardest time, so we decided to have a weekend away in a lovely cottage in Bath to come to terms with the devastating news. Having Oliver’s leg taken away […]

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