Bubby Everson really loves mail.
“Even if it’s junk mail we give it to him and we say, ‘Here, Bubby, here’s your mail,” Bubby’s mom, Brandi McNerney-Everson, told KCPQ.
The 8-year-old Graham, Washington, boy especially loves letters with stickers inside.
“If there are stickers in it he loves,” Bubby’s dad, Thomas Everson, added. “He’ll play with the stickers. He’ll put stickers all over the place.”
Bubby’s parents are happy to let their son put stickers anywhere he wants in their home, as a reminder to celebrate the short time they have with him.
Bubby has Cytomegalovirus (CMV). The boy’s doctors believe that in Bubby’s case, it will be fatal.
Along with CMV, Bubby has been diagnosed with a number of other conditions. He wears a cochlear implant to hear and wears casts on his feet to help with scoliosis. He has autism, cerebral palsy and epilepsy, too, sometimes having as many as 10 seizures a day.
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