Ashley Cain told his online followers how his brave daughter Azaylia had to take seven syringes of medication in the morning.
The 30-year-old dad showed the family’s morning routine as they care for their eight-month-old at home.
Ashley and his partner Safiyya were devastated to be told their daughter has just days to live and made the decision to let her spend her final days at home with them.
The parents have been following medical guidance to ensure their tot is as comfortable as possible.
“Azaylia’s 2nd lot of medication this morning 9am,” Ashley told his fans as he took them through the routine.
The former footballer shared a heartbreaking video of seven syringes lined up on Azaylia’s high chair to provide her nutritional care as she unable to eat.
The tot was diagnosed with cancer at just eight weeks old and requires a feeding tube to her stomach to provide her with food.
Ashley paid tribute to his daughter and partner Safiyya for their endurance over what has been an incredibly difficult few weeks.
The star said to his girlfriend: “What you and Azaylia have battled through and overcome is incredible.”
Earlier today, Safiyya took their daughter outside to show her an incredible tribute as a plane drew a love heart and an ‘A’ for Azaylia in the sky.
“Today we all watched yet another wonderful tribute for Azaylia, as we stepped outside our home we was surprised with a plane,” the mum shared.
“My heart filled with pride as I held you in my arms with daddy, and together we looked Up to the sky a love heart and the letter A was written in your honour, this melted my heart and filled me with warmth.
“Im so proud of you Azaylia, your beautiful I’m so blessed to have another day with you, I have never felt so scared nervous and anxious in my life, my heart aches heavy all through the day but being able to love are care for you is the biggest gift of my life.
“Your battle against AML has inspired so many people to show kindness, This is so beautiful to see. You are bringing everyone together.
Thank you for all the beauty & lighting up the world for my little girl,” she posted.