Kaitlin burge is a mother of a boy who was diagnosed with cancer. Two years ago, she posted a heartwarming photo of her son being comforted by his elder sister during chemotherapy. After a long, hard-fought battle against cancer, little Beckett is now doing pretty well and going to school.
Today we at Anomalous Club brought you the story of the boy who fought against leukemia. We hope this story will help all the people who are going through tough times to remember that there’s always hope.
It was a really tough time for Beckett’s family
On April 25, 2018, at the age of 2, Beckett was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. He and his friend who are 15 months apart went from playing at home to sitting inside a cold hospital room together. Aubrey, Bekcketts’s sister, watches her brother struggle to walk and play.
This was a hard time for Beckett’s family. However, as Kaitlin disclosed, they stuck together and they had relied on each other.
Beckett has append 25 days without his sister
Aubrey has had a rough time. Her brother Beckett had to spend 35 days in the hospital. So she had to spend these days without her brother. Even though Aubrey wasn’t sure about what was happening, she knew that something was wrong with her brother, her best friend.
In the above picture, Kaitlin wrote “I watched my only son go through so much and still smile. I watched my sweet Aubrey push through a difficult time in her life and become so independent. She saw her best friend/brother in a state no sibling should ever have to experience.”
This young boy kicked cancer like a real trooper
With a lot of ups and downs, Beckett had to go through a difficult journey. However, after 2 years of pain, suffering and a lot of fighting, Beckett is now cancer-free and he is also going to school. According to Kaitlin “He is feeling great, he is done with treatment, and is back to school, currently in the first grade.”
He had his last treatment on August 8, 2021 and now he has a totally clean bill of health. Becket and his sister are still nourishing and have an unbreakable bond.
Beckett’s journey was exhausting. There are alot of people who are walking the same path. When Beckett’s mom was asked to share some words of encouragement for those people who are going through the same struggles, she said that “it’s important to keep your head up, take it one day at a time and not be afraid to ask for help. Remember that this is only one chapter in your life, and you can find the will to push through. “
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