Herald Sun – 6 September 2015

Why being a did is so special to me
– Catherine Lambert

A day rarely passes when Simon Waring did not kiss his son’s soft, bright cheeks. Three years ago he kissed them for the last time.

“I bent down to kiss his check and and suddenly his face just creased into this beautiful smile,”
Mr Waring said.

“It blossomed”

Marmaduke was for years old when he died in September 2012 in palliative care at home, three years after being diagnosed with the childhood cancer neuroblastoma. By The time the funny, mischievous boy died, with his father, sister Charlotte, now 19 and brothers Felix, 10, and Rafferty, 5, by his side, those cheeks were filled with small tumours. 

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