Azaylia Cain’s parents told to make the most of this weekend – but dad says ‘I still believe’

Azaylia Cains parents told to make the most of this weekend but dad says I still believe
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Azaylia Cain’s determined dad has admitted : ”The Palliative team have told us to make the most of this weekend” – but he still believes in his baby girl’s strength.

Ashley Cain has put an emotional post on Instagram in which he says that specialist nurses have told the family to ‘make the most of the weekend’ with little Azaylia.

But the determined dad of the eight-month-old, who has a rare form of leukaemia, said he remains positive and believes in the strength of his daughter.

During a video in which he is walking his daughter out in a buggy near their Nuneaton home, he says: “The palliative care team told us that we should make the most of this weekend and enjoy this weekend and I think you can understand what that message means.

“But the fact of the matter is, we make the most of everyday and we enjoy everyday.

“I am an optimist, I am a believer, I am positive, I know her strength and I know mine.

“I ain’t thinking those things, I am not making a special effort to enjoy her because I enjoy everyday.

“I ain’t go no plans of this little one going this weekend, lets go champ, lets go”

During the walk, he said that the baby keep having ‘spiking temperatures but they were giving her some fresh air.

‘”Who’d have thought that walking your baby in the street in the buggy would mean so much but these are incredible moments every single day,” he said.

Azaylia Cain: How you can show your support

Brave Azalyia Cain’s journey has been helped by the Anthony Nolan Trust and also the NHS Blood Service.

You can support the Anthony Nolan Trust or sign up to become a donor by visiting its website here

To see how you can donate blood, visit the official NHS Blood Service website

The baby girl is being cared for at home after doctors sadly found tumours in her little body.

It was more than two weeks ago when her dad, a former Coventry City FC player, revealed she was facing a fresh fight for her life.

Her bravery has touched the whole world.

The London Eye joined the many landmarks to light up in her honour.

In her hometown of Nuneaton, two council buildings will be lit-up orange all of this week.

They join the likes of Niagara Falls and Blackpool Tower to turn orange, as well as Clacton Pier and Radio City Liverpool and also the CN Tower in Canada.

The strength of support for Azaylia is not just in buildings lighting-up orange, she has also been nominated for a Pride of Britain award by her thousands of supporters.