Honored Kid

Baylee A.

Age 16
Baylee A. Kid Photo


Richlands, NC, US


Brain or spinal cord tumor

Date of Diagnosis

July 2012


In treatment

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My Story

Baylee is your typical outgoing child, she loves pink and princesses. She has the biggest heart any child could have and is very sweet. She has an older sister who is 12,an older brother who is 11 and a younger sister who is 2. She loves crafts, painting, singing, playing with her siblings and watching disney movies. She really loves puppies, though we cant have one right now that is her biggest wish. She has been in chemotherapy for the past 6 months, she will continue until they find that it is a good time to do the surgery she requires. She has a pilomyxoid astrocytoma that has spread to her spine.

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