Hanging on for Sister


Hanging on for Sister

Bradley Mattes   |   February 19, 2019

Nine-year-old Bailey Cooper had just relapsed from non-Hodgkins lymphoma and his parents – who have always been truthful with him – said there was nothing else doctors could do and he had little time left. Bailey’s first reaction was, “Oh no, I won’t meet my sister.” His mother was pregnant with her third child. Bailey’s goal was to survive long enough to meet little Millie. And against all medical odds, he did! His mother will never forget the joy on her son’s face when he held his newborn sibling. For nearly a month, Bailey held, fed, bathed and changed Millie, doing everything he could to be close to her before succumbing to cancer. His parents are making sure that Millie recognizes Bailey’s pictures and knows how much her big brother loved and adored her.

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