When Zoey’s cancer was discovered, she was just three years old.
Before cancer struck, she was full of energy and constantly on the move, just like so many other kids. She grew up in a loving family. She was affectionate, fun, and joyful.
When they came, they heard something that will stay with them forever and leave a message that they will never forget.
The physician informed them that DIPG, a rare and severe brain tumour, was present in their cherished young daughter, who was so full of life and love.
“We lacked direction and didn’t know what to do. We were told that it was essentially a death sentence, Casey, the mother, told Daily Mail.
A tragedy and nightmare never to be wished upon one’s worst enemy would befall the family.
But they managed to remain calm and make an effort to be resilient for Zoey’s sake. Zoey would undergo numerous cancer treatments over the ensuing two years.
The family located a radiation therapy facility in Germany where Zoey did well. But eventually, she stopped answering.
She quickly started to feel worse. Unthinkable things were about to occur.
In her American home on July 4, 2018, Zoey peacefully passed away.
Her parents knew they could have some beautiful last moments together, despite the fact that their family was inevitably devastated by her impending death.
Even in her last moments, Zoey spread happiness. All of her family and friends were urged to visit her before it was too late by her parents.
Her mother bravely made the decision to post the family’s final moment on Facebook today.
According to Casey, who spoke to Daily Mail, “I posted it because even though it’s a sad time, it’s a beautiful moment in our eyes.”
Parents are pictured holding their cherished daughter in their arms.
They had taken the family dog and sat down on the couch. They had sung Disney songs all day long. On television, a Harry Potter movie was shown. And in the midst of the tranquilly and peace, Zoey vanished without a trace.
Approximately halfway through the film, Zoey’s heart stopped beating.
I had observed a few families sharing special experiences, so at first I didn’t plan to share mine.
But I had the thinking, “I want that kind of picture taken.” She told Daily Mail, “I want those moments preserved so I can remember them always, even when my brain is gone.
The family wants to share the optimism and light that Zoey brought to the world in the years prior to her passing on the Facebook page Zoey’s Light. They want Zoey to serve as an example of how people can love one another deeply and sincerely, one ordinary day at a time.