An incredibly brave little boy has had his journey with cancer chronicled in a poignant video.
Daniel Carter, from Hull, has continued to fight with a smile on his face despite a 16-month battle with the disease.
But the cancer – close to Daniel’s spine – eventually left him unable to walk.
An emotional video was made by David Freer, of charity Nice2BNice, who last year raised £7,000 to give Daniel his dream garden.
David has collated an array of photos of Daniel throughout his cancer journey and created a montage to play alongside Rachel Platten’s ‘Fight Song’.
Daniel’s mum, Katie Carter, 29 said: “I tried to make one on Facebook but I had too many pictures so David offered to make it and put it on YouTube.”
The emotional video, titled ‘Fighting To The Finish Line’, documents Daniels journey from diagnosis to present day.
Katie said: “Daniel doesn’t know how ill he is but we watch the video all the time and he knows it’s him.”
Daniel was diagnosed with cancer close to the spine in May last year.
Katie and her husband Kevin will soon be celebrating as Daniel finishes his treatment at the end of September and will be in remission for five years.
The couple are throwing a party to commemorate the step towards a happy future for their family.
She said: “We’ve got a Batman cake being made for it. We’ll be in Leeds for the last round of Daniel’s antibodies and are doing the party the week later so Daniel has time to rest.
“He’s very excited and keeps asking if everyone is invited.”
As well as Daniel, Kerry and her husband, Kevin, have two more sons, David, 8, and Liam, 7.
She said: “We’re looking forward to spending some time as a proper family.
“People always say to me, ‘How do you do it?’, because we’ve practically spent 16 months apart, but you just do.
“It will be nice to finally spend time together.”