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By Teresa Bigham/The Hesperian-Beacon—
Hunter Wells, four-year old son of Robert and Kayla Wells has been in the hospital in Lubbock since Nov. 6 fighting acute myeloid leukemia (AML).
On Monday, Dec. 14 he got to go home for a few days. The brave four-year-old did have to return to the hospital again on Thursday, Dec. 17 to continue his treatment.
The family is staying in Lubbock at a relative’s house to be close to the hospital, but what a joy it was that the twin brother and sister got to laugh and play together. The family was all under the same roof for the first time in over a month.
“We are feeling very blessed and beyond happy to see our babies playing and laughing together,” Kayla Wells said.
A love fund for Hunter Wells has been set up at Happy State Bank to help the family with any medical needs and housing while Hunter is receiving treatment.