It's the very first UK childhood cancer awareness month, it's a cause very close to our hearts and I campaigned tirelessly (alongside some other oncology parents) last year to get this changed from December to September.
This month I've been really busy raising awareness to try and get people to go gold and recognise childhood cancer awareness month. We've been lobbying MPs to wear the gold ribbon. This is actually really easy to do as Clic Sargent have a link for you to email the MP on their website. It's simple to do and takes a minute or two tops.
We've also been raising awareness on our Facebook pages, sharing our stories and asking people to share our pics. Early detection is key so knowing the symptoms of what might be can can be crucial.
School remains very challenging for Niamh both socially and academically. She still suffers side effects from her treatment even two years down the line so she is quite often off school. Keeping up with her peers is something she finds hard but, she's trying her best with what she has. Hopefully this year will be a better one for her.
Good news, Niamh has had another clear chest x-ray and stable no change MRI. She is fast approaching 2 years in remission. She has the small matter of her 15th birthday before that.....
With that I'll sign off for now and go and tweet a few more celebs about childhood cancer awareness month - we will get there with it eventually.