Pippa Rea

Pippa's Journey with a Brain Tumour

Social Butterfly

There is honestly no stopping Pippa.  She has at least a  2 hour  sleep everyday, except I’m not exactly sure whether it is to rebuild her cells or to reinvigorate her social life?

This weekend she has had a “3 hours of fun” friend’s birthday party on Saturday, dinner at the umpire clubrooms on Saturday night, ten pin bowling and lunch with James & Patrick, Nan and Tony and all her cousins on Sunday and then as I’m tucking her in for her afternoon siesta she suggests that as we haven’t actually seen much or our neighbours lately and perhaps we could have drinks with them when she woke up???  Drinks turned into dinner combined with many giggles and games.

She is simply amazing!  She recognises her need for sleep, works out whether it needs to be “pre or post” social commitments, happily jumps into bed every day (no different to when she was a little toddler) and combines it with the right amount of energy to ensure she also doesn’t miss out on a minute of fun.

Pippa is true to herself every minute of the day 🙂



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