Please set your memories back a few months for this story. We discussed a young girl with terminal cancer who touched the hearts of the internet. Her mother desperately tried to make the most of her last moments with her daughter.

She asked people worldwide to send her dying daughter birthday cards. Delaney Krings had a very special birthday this year. Unfortunately, her mother announced that her daughter had finally received her angel wings.

Parenting can be the most rewarding job on the planet. Parents devote their lives to raising their children and watching them mature into adults.

Taking pleasure in their appearance, from baby faces to wrinkled and experienced ones. This opportunity was denied to one set of parents. Delaney Krings, their daughter, had been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer.

Delaney Krings was four years old when she complained of an earache. Her parents took her to the doctor, who treated her for an ear infection. This appeared to improve things, but her parents noticed that other symptoms began to emerge.

Her lack of balance was one of the most concerning. Heather and Jack followed their instincts and took their daughter to the emergency room. The doctors there diagnosed her with an aggressive brain tumor. DMG is an abbreviation for diffuse midline glioma.

This was the most traumatic experience Delaney Krings’ parents, Heather and Jack, had ever had. They couldn’t do anything for their baby girl except ease her pain as they watched her fade away.

“For a minute, your heart stops. The world comes to a halt. You can’t breathe, so you try to process everything. “Did you know she’s four?” Heather explained.

Delaney Krings turned five on December 16, 2022. Her doctors had advised her parents to begin planning for Delaney’s death. They said this would be her last birthday.

Heather knew she had to make it as unique as possible, so she asked her daughter’s Facebook fans on her For the Love of Delaney page to send her birthday cards from wherever they were.

“On the maps that we have up, we have stickers to put for all of the locations where the cards have come from, so Laney can see that she’s got love from all over the world from people she doesn’t even know. And it’s taking off. “I believe 400 cards were mailed today,” Heather said in December.

Delaney Krings’ doctors predicted that she wouldn’t live much longer after her fifth birthday. She survived until the first month of 2023, when she died peacefully on January 28th. “Our Sweet Angel Baby has gained her wings,” her mother wrote on CaringBridge. Fly high, my dear child. Delaney Judith Krings. 12.16.2017 — 1.28.2023. Fly high, my darling.”

Delayney’s aunt, Judy Krings, also updated her GoFundMe page to announce her death. “Like a flower that we see the beauty of for only a while, we all cherished every single day of Delaney’s 1,869 days on earth”. She made us all better people, both those she knew and never met.

Make your mother proud. Like ours, your heart may be broken. A broken heart, on the other hand, has spaces that can now be filled with the glue of love. Delaney, have fun with the love of your life in heaven.”

Heather’s only wish for her daughter is that she would remain “to be a ripple of simple acts of kindness. This world needs more love, and I believe she was sent here to provide it. Pure and simple love.”