Meet Logan Sinclair. A typical, healthy, and active little boy, Logan’s parents were puzzled when he began to complain of intense headaches; however, his parents were assured that these headaches were normal and would seen pass. When Logan began to experience symptoms of nausea and vomitting in addition to these “normal” headaches, they became worried. It was clear that something wasn’t right. Logan’s doctor ordered an MRI on the 5-year-old, which revealed a large tumor in his brain. Terrified and distraught, a risky surgery was scheduled for just two days later, in which the doctors would try to remove part of the tumor in order to identify it’s malignancy. Logan was then diagnosed with brain cancer, known as Anaplastic Medulloblastoma. Almost insantly, he began treatment, including chemotherapy and radiation. The harsh treatment and invasive surgery caused Logan to develop Posterior Fassa Syndrome, causing him to be unable to walk, speak, or even swallow. To the answer of family and friends’ fervent prayers, Logan began to rehabilitate these skills and today, continues to undergo rehab in the hopes of regaining the skills that he once had as a healthy little boy. He recently completed his final chemotherapy treatment. To learn more about Logan, visit his facebook page. Butterfly Kisses has been blessed to be a part of Logan’s courageous fight against Medulloblastoma.