Leave a message or funny memory on my page so I can read them when I'm older. To all the medical staff, sorry for throwing things at you..... dummy, bottle, food, toys etc... everyone seemed to smile and give them back to me.
MUM & DAD
Mason, basically this is a test to see if this new feature is working but.... if you read this in years to come we want to say we're so proud of you and how you've handled everything this year. Given little option, you've bossed everything thrown at you! #warrior
Mason you are a beautiful, funny and courageous boy, your mummy and daddy are pretty special too, love you very much 💙 xxxx
I am looking forward to doing things with Mason that he hasn’t been able to these past few months. He has been an absolute star and his parents are an inspiration. The blog has been fascinating, sad and humbling to read and will help other families to understand the process.
GRANDMA & GRANDAD EDWARDS (NAMADA)
To our brave little grandson - what can we say - you are amazing!!
You have shown so much courage throughout your ordeal. You have kept smiling and entertained us all with your mischievous ways.
Your smile just melts us. We love you so very much. We can’t wait for you to be home and then for your Hickman line to be removed so that we can see you splashing about in water again in true Mason style. You’re our little Superhero ❤️xxx
Mason, you are truly inspiring and awesome. But I can't say I'm surprised, knowing your Mum, Dad and Paige, you were always going to be a force of nature and your strength, courage and tenacity more than live up to that. It's been strange living at number 27, with 26 being so quiet, come home soon, come home strong and most of all come home shouting, laughing and causing a ruckus with Paige. We miss seeing (more so hearing) you all but especially you and Paige. Much love, you absolutely beautiful, awesome boy xx
This is my darling grandson who has been away far too long - looking forward to getting back to some kind of normality soon - Love you Mason - ‘Da’
UNCLE DAVID PRICE
Will always be here for you Mason.
Today is your last day in Manchester. I’ve taken the bus with you to the proton centre many times and love seeing you and Mum and Dad. You are certainly EVERYBODY’S favourite passenger on the bus - and I know everyone will miss you when you go home next week! It seems like you’ve enjoyed Manchester and all the adventures you’ve had up here. Lots of love Mase - Kate