Honored Kid

Bailey L

Bailey L Kid Photo


Rayne, LA, US



Date of Diagnosis

March 2010



Treated At

Tulane Hospital For Children

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My Story

Bailey first visited us last year on St. Baldrick's Day at Tulane where she was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma. She had endured many surgeries and rounds of chemo and is truely was fighter and an inspiration to all that she meets. She always had a good joke or something sassy to say that will make you smile! Bailey accomplished so much in her short time on this Earth. She was truly an old soul that taught so many lessons about life and love. She was the best daughter, sister and friend anyone could ask for. Her laughter was infectious and her love for life left you longing to know this little girl more. She will be missed by so many. She truly taught us to live like Nothing Is Impossible!

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