One thing you never expect to have to do is say goodbye to your children, knowing you'll never get to see them grow up.
But when you've been diagnosed with a terminal illness, it's just one of many struggles you have to face.
Keep scrolling for Jennifer's heartbreaking story...
Saying goodbye to your children is never easy.
via: FacebookBut when that goodbye means forever, it really is unbearable.
A young mum diagnosed with motor neurone disease has had to say goodbye to her two children after moving into a hospice to live out her "final chapter."
Motor neurone disease is mostly always fatal.
Symptoms of motor neurone disease include muscle weakness, twitches, slurred speech and difficulty swallowing.
There is no cure for motor neurone disease and no treatment will significantly alter its course.
The single mum vowed to fight the condition from the beginning for her two little girls, Georgia, 9, and Kacey, 1.
via: TwitterShe defied doctors by graduating from university and being here to celebrate Kacey’s first birthday.