CNN political reporter Andrew Kaczynski And wife Wall Street Journal Bank reporter Lieutenant Rachel Louise Are mourning the death of their 9-month-old daughter Francesca, He died on Christmas Eve after a cancer battle.
31-year-old Andrew (Andrew) shared the devastating news on Twitter. He said on Twitter: “We have to announce that our beautiful daughter Francesca passed away in the arms of her parents last night. It is heartbreaking.” “There will always be a bean-like hole in our hearts. We are very grateful. Know her love. Francesca, we love you.”
Andrew announced in September that Francesca was diagnosed with an “extremely rare and very aggressive rhabdomyo brain tumor” when he was 6 months old.Since then, his friend and CNN colleague Jack Taper Twitter followers gathered behind when Francesca and her family released the latest health information. A few months ago, she underwent brain surgery and developed meningitis. In recent weeks, Francesca has struggled with a fungal infection-a complication of her chemotherapy, and she was put on a ventilator and life support tools.
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On Christmas Eve Thursday, Andrew wrote on Twitter: “If anyone can pray for our beans this Christmas, then ask if they include Francesca in their minds and hope to bring them to our family. Come the Christmas miracle.” A few hours later, he announced her death, and his wife and wife shared their obituary for the little girl.
It reads: “Francisca was an outgoing, bold and curious child in her short life.” “She has big dark brown eyes and follows what her parents do. She likes to eat and be tight. Hold tight, especially at night. A lady in Brooklyn Sesame Street Fan, Francesca likes to stroll around New York City and Boston, play with her toys and balloons, participate in speech therapy, and “stroke” her cat Ryland.
The couple wrote: “One of her favorite activities is to practice rolling left and right in the crib. She likes to meet her parents Andrew Kaczynski and Rachel Ensien, and when she wakes up, she tells them about the world The biggest smile and an excited kick greeted her. From a short nap, her many smiles inspired the whole world. She is so generous, even though most of her smiles are covered by a mask, even when she is faced Challenges for adults, such as cancer diagnosis or born with hearing loss.”
Andrew and Rachel wrote that their children “showed to their parents a love they had never known before, and they would never forget it.” The ob report also said that Francesca still survived her “Bube” , Grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins”.
Flowers can be used instead of French flowers, food or gifts to commemorate Francesca’s charity event for PMC Winter Cycling, which donated its proceeds to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.