Natalia Lusinski
November 08, 2015 12:29 pm

Grab some Kleenex, because this is going to make you cry. We already know nurses are remarkable human beings, and this group of them only proves our point when they sang “Let It Go” to three-year-old Millie McColl, who was diagnosed with stage 4 Neuroblastom (a nerve cell cancer) this past June. One sat near McColl’s bed at Glasgow’s New Royal Hospital for Sick Children while a handful of others not only sang, but danced, reported the Daily Mirror. How cool is that? Talk about amazing bedside manner! Throughout, you can see McColl totally fangirling out over her superstar nurses.

McColl’s Facebook page, Millie’s Journey, says, “I must thank the lovely girls from the night shift last night in schiehallion for being good sports and making Millie’s day! You are all amazing!!”

Of course, McColl was a Frozen fan before the nurses serenaded her.

(Isn’t she the cutest?!)

In addition to a Facebook page, McColl’s family created a JustGiving page to help raise money for Millie to get treatment in the U.S. that she cannot get in the UK.

Millie, we’re rooting for you! We know you’re as tough as Elsa, just as your mom says on your Facebook page, “…as always Millie is showing chemo won’t bring her down!!”

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Images via Millie’s Journey/Facebook.

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