When Jamie was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia in 2019, his world changed drastically.
As a two-year-old country boy, Jamie enjoyed a full, yet simple life on the family’s small 40-acre farm at Marradong near Boddington in Western Australia.
“Jamie enjoyed running around on the farm with the horses and cows, feeding the chickens and collecting their eggs every day, plus bottle feeding his little lamb Coco,” says mum, Nicky.
“He loved playing in the sandpit with his digger and trucks. Life was free-flowing, with his Nanny, Poppy and Aunty living on the farm across the road,” says Nicky.