A 6-year-old boy wishes his smaller sister goodnight for the final time

The farewell goodnight to his younger sister said by a 6-year-old child was caught on camera and is breaking people’s hearts all around the world.

Matt Sooter of Arkansas, whose 4-year-old daughter Adalynn “Addy” was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer, took the picture.

A young youngster shouldn’t have to say goodbye to his playmate, best friend, and younger sister, in Matt’s opinion.

More than 8,000 people responded to the tragic image. Currently, the parents are working to raise awareness of this uncommon condition.

The Sooter family’s world was turned upside down in November 2016 when they discovered their daughter had diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma (DIPG), a rare tumor with a brainstem origin.

Before her symptoms got worse, Addy would have to put up with the tumor’s growth for the next 18 months.

In a Facebook post, Matt detailed the quick decline of his daughter, 4, who is four years old.

“Addy’s symptoms have rapidly worsened over the past day and a half. When she woke up yesterday, she was her vivacious, upbeat self. We have admitted our baby to inpatient care because, despite the fact that we still occasionally see her, she can no longer feed or swallow without trouble and now spends most of her time sleeping. I doubt she has much time left,” he wrote on Facebook.

In a very heartbreaking and devastating statement, he urged any friends and family who wanted to say their last goodbyes to his sweet daughter to get in touch with them.

Jackson, the sister’s older brother, resisted leaving her side, so Matt implores followers to pray for her.

Jackson kissed his younger sister goodnight and told her he loved her before she went away.

Only a few hours later, the family announced the passing of their daughter on the Facebook page Hope for Addy Joy – Fighting DIPG.

She passed over into the next life in the same way she had lived—stubbornly, but calmly, and with her loved ones by her side. She wasn’t in pain at the end, it stated.

“Our baby girl will be sorely missed, even though this is just a temporary farewell,”

The brain and spine tumors from Addy were donated to science in the “hopes of preventing future children from a similar fate.”

In a Facebook post, they provided the following justification for their choice: “Our sweet girl loved helping people and giving gifts, so we thought this would be an excellent way to show her giving heart.”

We all know someone who has been affected by this awful sickness, but it’s especially upsetting when kids are involved.

Be at peace, lovely angel Addy.

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