The Higbee family participated in the Saint Alphonsus CLIMB program to help the kids deal with their father’s difficult-to-treat liver cancer. Haylee, at left, made a die with mood-changing alternatives (like taking a nap or watching TV) that she could roll when she was angry. Hunter, left, and Benton, right, made photo collages of good memories with their dad. Ethan, in back, also made a photo collage, but his father took it to the office. “The kids benefited, we benefited,” says Charlie, in back, with his wife, Allison, referring to the program.
The Higbee family participated in the Saint Alphonsus CLIMB program to help the kids deal with their father’s difficult-to-treat liver cancer. Haylee, at left, made a die with mood-changing alternatives (like taking a nap or watching TV) that she could roll when she was angry. Hunter, left, and Benton, right, made photo collages of good memories with their dad. Ethan, in back, also made a photo collage, but his father took it to the office. “The kids benefited, we benefited,” says Charlie, in back, with his wife, Allison, referring to the program. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
The Higbee family participated in the Saint Alphonsus CLIMB program to help the kids deal with their father’s difficult-to-treat liver cancer. Haylee, at left, made a die with mood-changing alternatives (like taking a nap or watching TV) that she could roll when she was angry. Hunter, left, and Benton, right, made photo collages of good memories with their dad. Ethan, in back, also made a photo collage, but his father took it to the office. “The kids benefited, we benefited,” says Charlie, in back, with his wife, Allison, referring to the program. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com