Doug Kyed and his wife shared their monumental loss with the world on Monday.
"It would be the first of many diagnoses as we battled a tumor that was supposed to be 'the good kind.'"
"By Christmas, the purple velvet robe he wore, as the King carrying frankincense to baby Jesus in the preschool reenactment, dwarfed his rail-thin body."
"The room blurred, and when I raised my head... gravity took the tears from my eyes and pulled them down my cheeks."
These brave children have inspiring and heartbreaking stories of fighting a deadly disease.
"I decided to go out and find all of the real superheroes, the kids who have been fighting very difficult battles."
These pictures are so sweet.
“They’re so much more than their cancer."
"Our story is every family’s worst nightmare."
"It's just a huge, huge milestone, and you don't take it for granted."