The parents found that their three year old daughter had cancer after she had an exciting picture of the baby sleeping in the mood.
Dave Fletcher, 39, she thought she was collecting a moment of tender of childhood as she photographed her Izzy daughter sleeping in the square at Claines, Worcester, when she was 23 months old.
But only a few weeks later, Dave and his wife, Vicky, 37, was damaged to find out that their young girl's tiles turned out to be a sign that she had a leukemia.
Since then, the girl has got 570 days of unreasonable chemotherapy and now receives support therapy to prevent cancer from coming back.
Dave, now he alerts other parents to be careful and watch out for signs of the disease.
"It was only one afternoon in the square. She was moving away, I turned around and had dropped. I slept and fell asleep, but I did not think Much of that. I thought it was a nice moment and I just took a picture of it. "
Later they realized that everything was part of the symptoms and that what she had caught was that she showed signs of something more sinister.
"She had been tired, had some cold or viruses, and some bruised her legs, but we all attributed to the normal conflicts of childhood and childhood illnesses. A bit sentimental, looking at her pictures before she was ill, you realize how much has happened since she was so young. "
The Izzy couple took a GP for the first time in January last year after a strange rash appeared on his leg.
I was advised to return several days later to the blood tests if the rash had not disappeared and to take it directly to the hospital if it worsened .
However, the next morning, Izzy's rash had spread and then the temperature rose, so his parents came to the Royal Worcester Hospital.
There he was diagnosed with leukemia on the same day and chemotherapy treatment began the following week.
Izzy spent her second anniversary at the Hospital of Children in Birmingham waiting for a procedure to take samples from bone marrow.
Dave Fletcher He added: "She has grown rapidly and has been the subject of medications that does not like that, but that has taken everything very quickly so far. When diagnosed, we were in shock. A member of the family died of leukemia five years ago, so it was a scary time. We did not know what would happen in that stage than what & The future holds it. "
But Izzy's leukemia is more likely to recover than others. And her young age helps that probability.
"We were fortunate that Izzy was diagnosed quickly and fortunately, she was going through the procedure very well, had suffered minor disadvantages or unplanned hospital admissions. Make it more optimistic. She does not have to have so many steroids because of the test she is in. It's a treatment plan used in other countries and we're grateful that we have had the opportunity. "
And parents are grateful for the comment received: "It demonstrates the importance of research in the new innovative treatments. Doctors and NHS nurses have been great and we have had a lot of support from family and friends. "
The lucky Izzy has now received Cancer Research UK's Star & Kids Kids & Teens Award to recognize what has happened.
The girl's mother said: "Izzy was so excited to receive her prize. It was a good positive experience that rewarded him for continuing to fight with treatment. & # 39;
Jane Redman, spokesman for Cancer Research UK Kids & Teens in Worcestershire said: "Cancer can have a devastating effect on their lives and many surviving can live with serious long-term side effects of their treatment. Our mission is to fund research to find new, better and more pleasant treatments for cancer patients. We want to bring the day on when all children and young people survive cancer and do it with a good quality of life. "
A baby was diagnosed with cancer after seeing some pictures of her vacation