Heather McManamy may not be there to watch her 4-year-old daughter grow up, but every step of the way she'll know she's loved.
The 35-year-old mother who was given a terminal cancer diagnosis last August says she's busy filling out dozens of greeting cards to help her young daughter remember her by when she's gone.
McManamy, of McFarland, Wisc., said she's filled out at least 40 different cards for her daughter, Brianna.
McManamy said she's filled out more than 40 greeting cards which will cover everything from her wedding day, first baby and first break up.WPXI-TV
McManamy says that she doesn't want her daughter growing up thinking that she didn't do everything possible to be there for her.
She hopes that she'll be able to deliver each card herself, but accepts that that may not be possible.
In April 2013 she was first diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer. By last summer it had metastasized to her liver and other parts of her body and declared stage 4, she said.Heather McManamy/via GoFundMe