When you are told your child has cancer, your life is shattered into 1 million incomprehensible pieces.
And then you simply have to begin what feels like the impossible task of reconstructing that picture of life you had before cancer.
My name is Snowdrop. I am 4 yrs old. I am adventurous, kind and loving (I especially love my little sister, Posy) I really like going to school, watching Horrid Henry and doing art. When I am a big girl, I am going to be an artist.
In September 2017, I was diagnosed with Rhabdomyosarcoma (I hope you are impressed that I can spell that word) This is a cancer that affects 4 in 1 million children. The doctors removed the big nasty lump and I then started chemotherapy. I am just like all of the other children in my class except they all have hair, and at the moment, I don't ! Soon I will go to America to have Proton Beam therapy.