5-Year-Old Boy Apologized To His Mom Before Dying Of Cancer In Her Arms


“Last night at 23:14, my best friend, my world, Charlie, took his final breath.”

The mother of Charlie Proctor, a cute, cuddly, and adventurous 5-year-old boy. Two years ago, he was diagnosed with hepatoblastoma, a rare form of cancer.

On Nov 10 he lost his battle embraced in the arms of his mother and father, but not before affecting the millions of people around the world.

On the Facebook page called Charlie’s Chapter, Amber and others write openly about the terror of having a frail sick child.

Last night at 23:14 my best friend, my world, Charlie, took his final breath. He fell asleep peacefully cuddled in my…

Posted by Charlie's Chapter. on Saturday, November 10, 2018

Over 40 thousand people from all over have been following the page of Charlie’s journey.

“You know when you first give birth you try and remember their first EVERYTHING,” she wrote on Nov 7 about giving Charlie his final bath. “Now I try and remember Charlie’s ‘Lasts’. I really did cherish every minute in that bath because in my heart I know it’s more than likely his last.”

Amber told of a heartbreaking moment with Charlie this will make even the toughest person cry.

“At one point he turned to me and said, in the quietest, painting voice: ‘Mummy, I am so sorry for this,” she writes. “No child should feel the emotions Charlie is feeling. No Child!”

Bath Time đź’™Today has been a little better for Charlie in terms of being comfortable and settled. So much so, that he…

Posted by Charlie's Chapter. on Wednesday, November 7, 2018

We can’t even begin to imagine the grief and heartache that these parents are going through. That’s why Amber and mothers like her need our help, our prayers, and our support.

This will be the last photo I post of Charlie. As the days go by he deteriorates more and more. He no longer looks like…

Posted by Charlie's Chapter. on Friday, November 9, 2018

You can join Charlie’s Chapter on Facebook here to offer your support to this grieving family. You may donate to the family’s GoFundMe page here.


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