Bradley Lowery’s mum has written of how she misses his ‘little innocent voice’ saying ‘I love you Mammy’ in a heartbreaking message.
His family plans to create a foundation in his name to support others affected by cancer.
The six-year-old’s battle with with neuroblastoma, a rare cancer, captured the heart of the nation – including England footballer Jermaine Defoe who he formed a close bond with.
Little Bradley died on July 7.
Writing on the Bradley lowery’s fight against neuroblastoma Facebook page, his mother Gemma wrote: ‘I miss waking up to this smile and sound of his giggles.
‘I miss his little innocent voice saying ‘I love you mammy’.
‘I miss his soft touch when he stroked my face and I miss his tight squeeze when he cuddled me so hard.
‘I miss our little conversations we had about everything and nothing and I miss the why mammy, but why mammy after every question.’
Discussing the foundation’s work, she wrote: ‘I’m working hard getting the charity up and running one to keep my mind busy and two so I can try and help other children to live a long happy healthy life, because that is what Bradley would want.
‘Thank you to all that is supporting us in our mission.’
Hundreds of thousands of pounds in donations have already flooded in towards their goal of £500,000.