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    Very sorry to hear your Dad is so unwell and when you tell him soon, I have no doubt your news will bring him some happiness and joy.

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    Just wanted to offer hugs, I couldnt not reply.

    My dad has had bowel cancer that spread to his liver and lungs too.

    He's doing better at the moment, but I share your pain.

    Hugs to you and your family.

    I'm sure such good news will cheer him up.
    Much love to you all.

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    Tell him now and show him scan pictures as soon as you can. Maybe even get him to choose a book for bubby and write in it.


 

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