Parents’ tribute to tragic toddler Kayleigh
Two-year-old had incurable brain tumour
A COUPLE who stopped working as teachers to look after their dying daughter today paid tribute to the toddler.
Two-year-old Kayleigh Cordiner passed away at home after doctors discovered, just after Christmas, that she had developed a rare and incurable brain tumour.
Parents Jonathan and Anna, of Oldmeldrum, also set up a charity to support the families of terminally ill children. Jonathan said: “She never lost her enthusiasm for life and we will always be proud of her determination.”
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