Big Brother 12 and Big Brother 14 alumni Britney Haynes posted an update on her daughter’s cancer battle on Tuesday, saying that round two of baby Tilly’s chemo treatments went well. Britney announced her two-month-old daughter had cancer in a poignant post on Facebook and Twitter earlier this month.
In the message, she said that on September 1st, her and husband Ryan Godwin “were among the daily 720 sets of parents to be absolutely devastated with a Childhood Cancer diagnosis.” Britney continued by saying that “September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness month” and asked everyone to “please take the time to pray for all of these children, our sweet baby included. We appreciate each and every one.”
On Sept. 24, Britney Haynes posted an update on Tilly’s progress on Twitter saying “Round 2 of chemo went well! Tilly is all smiles today. :)” According to another Twitter message, Britney plans on launching a blog soon to keep friends and fans up to date on Tilly’s progress as she continues to battle childhood cancer. Fans can continue to send well wishes to the family via social media under the hashtag #prayfortilly.
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