November 28, 2012


Psalm 98:1 Give Praise to the Lord a new song,
for he has done marvelous things.......

     I have great news!!!!!  NO Evidence of Disease & Halie's kidney function is up 20% we are so thankful for all the people who so faithfully pray for our sweet girl!  What a testimony of God's mercy and grace!  We have friends and family who were specifically praying for her kidney function to improve,  and God just simply showed off!!!!!  Awesome!!!  I love how the doctors are always amazed!  You see her kidney function after treatment last July was 65 and after 1 year post treatment her function was only up to 70.  OK, so those numbers may not mean much to you but she was what is called a hyper filtrater and when she was originally diagnosed her Kidney function was 180 so 65/70 is low for a normal kiddo but really low for her. I know, I know a lot of info but honestly after all the harsh treatments we have done to her precious body we were not really looking for it to go up too much!  We were expecting to be referred to Renal Dialysis.  So, the awesome thing is that after 3 months her function shot up 20% to like 87.  I am always stunned and amazed by Him!!!!   What a gift for Thanksgiving!!!!!  Thank You, Jesus!!!  We are blest.
O.k. with the Holiday Bake Sale coming up I thought some of you may like some info about Neuroblastoma so here is link with some helpful info.....
What is neuroblastoma | CNCF

A letter from Jenn & Charon

We hope you had a great Thanksgiving and enjoyed some time with family and friends!  It’s time for our Holiday bake sale at TCH.  In memory of Hans Weberling and the other special children who have or are still battling cancer, we are going to honor all those kiddos at this bake sale.  In addition to the bake sale, we have been collecting some of Hans’ favorite things to be passed out at TCH that day or donated to TCH to be passed out at another time.  We are still collecting items up until the day of the bake sale.  Some of Hans’ favorite things were his PJ’s and toys such as Transformers, Bionicles, and Legos.  We are accepting new and unwrapped items for boys and girls from Toddlers to Teens!  It does not have to be the toys listed above – any toy donation is great.


To the parents of those kids who have battled cancer, are still in treatment, or have completed treatment – we would love to have a picture of your child to display on the bake sale tables.  If you will be at the bake sale, please bring it with you or you can email me a picture and I can print.



Here are the basics:


·         Date:  Friday, Dec. 7th, 10am – 2:30pm (set up starting at 9:30am)

·         Please respond if you plan to work the sale

·         Variety of baked goodies needed:  Cookies, candies, brownies, cake balls, cupcakes, cakes (whole or slices), pies, cobblers, bread loaves, muffins, Chex Mix/snack items, a few sugar free or gluten free items, etc.  Please, no items that need refrigeration.

·         It is very important to label your item so everyone knows what it is (if it has nuts please indicate on label).  It is helpful to price as well.  If you are not comfortable with that, we can do it.  See Tip Sheet for more details if needed.

·         It is best to put the items in clear packaging.  These buyers can be very serious about their purchases – they want to see what they are getting!  Packaging can be as simple as clear Ziploc baggies or decorative packaging as long as you can see through it.

·         If you have other friends that love to bake for a great cause or a child that needs to fulfill a service project, feel free to forward this email.


Drop off information:
Contact me & I will email you the Woodlands or Magnolia drop off addresses!

100% of the sales go to the Children’s Neuroblastoma Cancer Foundation ( to fund research, awareness and education.  If you are interested in making a monetary donation online, go to the website and click on “Donate Now”.  Be sure to choose “Houston Bake Sale” from drop down menu.  As always, if it is not a convenient time for you to bake this go round… that is okay!  Thank you so much for your continued support.

Also please check out this link from the CNCF facebook page!!!


Charon Edgington and Jennifer Pigott

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