Jazmyn’s Christmas shouldn’t be about cancer.
Cancer is all consuming. Tears replace laughter, kids become patients and hospital becomes home.
Jazmyn was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (ALL) in February. Nine months of surgeries, chemo and other painful procedures has taken its toll. Being separated from home, family, and friends is really tough, especially when you’re just 3 years old.
Life has never been the same since and neither has Jazmyn.
These days her whole world is all about cancer.
She’s not even old enough to go to school, but she’s had to be so brave, to deal with so much pain, and she’s grown up way too fast.
“When the Camp Quality puppets come to visit, Jazmyn’s face lights up and she completely forgets about cancer. She giggles like she used to. She doesn’t want to let them go. She turns into my bubbly, little girl again.” – Louise, Jazmyn’s mum