Delaney Krings, a little girl with an aggressive form of brain cancer, is preparing for the birthday celebrations of a lifetime. Set to turn five on Dec. 16, Delaney’s family and friends are preparing to create a unique celebration.
The birthday parade is going to include around 150 vintage and classic cars and is going to take place near her home in Pewaukee, Wisconsin.
As part of the celebrations, the police departments and rescue squad are also going to be making a guest appearance.
As part of the festivities, a theater group is going to be acting out a scene from the famous movie “Frozen,” which is one of the little girl’s favorites. Frozen will also be a key theme throughout the celebration.
From a custom-designed cake, food, and hot chocolate, this day is going to be one that all involved will remember. There is even an appearance from Santa and Mrs. Claus scheduled on the day.
Cards to celebrate the event have also been sent from across the world according to Delaney’s mother Heather Krings said.
As her mother has confirmed, this is going to be Delaney’s final birthday and as a family, they are looking forward to making sure that it will be memorable and something that will truly bring her joy.
‘Angels sometimes have to leave a little early’ Monday, Nov. 28, support poured in from across the country for a 4-year-old Pewaukee girl battling terminal brain cancer.
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