Not every chemo is the same and not everyone gets the same side effects. For me I was hugely worried about my fertility as I was 32 and was getting married shortly afterwards so I asked about ways of saving my fertility (I have an 8 month old and an almost 22 month old so what they did worked!)
Find out if she will have hair loss, I thought that I would not mind but when it fell out I was very upset and was glad that my brother and then fiance (sp) had got me to get a wig. My then fiance(sp) was hiding the hair loss from my pillow but one day it fell out in huge clumps. Remember the hair loss is a sign that the chemo is doing something and if your wife feels bad then just think of what it is doing to to it.
I was in hospital for one week in 4 and had chemo 4 days and one day to recover. I was very ill with mine but 2 weeks after my first chemo I was able to eat strawberries again (I had been not been able to swallow anything (am an oesophageal cancer survivor).
My brother bought me a portable dvd player and I watched most of Star Trek Voyager on it.
The week before the next chemo was the best for me and I did nice things that week. I was lucky that I had my wedding to look forward to but have something nice to look forward to at the end.
For me I was not allowed to travel until 6 weeks after the chemo was over and for me that was a pre-surgery holiday (I still do not consider that I got a honeymoon from my husband - we have 2 babies now so travelling is out for the short to medium term!)
Best wishes to you and your wife. If it is any consolation I do not remember most of it but my husband does.