Beth Chapman Makes a Sweet Gesture to Daughter-In-Law Jamie on Mother's Day
“Dog the Bounty Hunter” star, Beth Chapman, sent her daughter-in-law, Jamie, a sweet Mother’s Day card that “made tears fall,” as she shared on her Instagram.
Jamie, the wife of “Dog the Bounty Hunter Star,” Leland Chapman, received a card from Beth on Sunday which made her “tears fall” as she read through the content of the card.
A SWEET GESTURE
The Mother’s Day card given to her read “Daughter-in-law, you are a Mother’s Day blessing to me” in front, with an illustration of two women.
Jamie shared the post on her Instagram account, revealing that it was her first time to receive a Mother’s Day card and that family means everything to her, thus should not be “taken for granted.”
“Beth always reminds me I have a place in this family,” she wrote on her caption. “Every word inside this card, made tears fall. I will hold every word said dear to my heart.”
TIGHT KNIT FAMILY
On Sunday, the Chapman family celebrated with each others company as Leland and Jamie visited Beth and her husband, Dog. A photo was posted on Beth’s Instagram account, thanking her stepson for making her happy.
“This guy had my laughing all weekend what a joy to be around thank you god for blessing me with such a kind young man #mothersday,” she captioned the photo of her and Leland.
Despite Beth’s battle with throat cancer, she remains in high spirits and hopes to get better, after having fought the same struggle before.
Dog also took to Instagram to thank his son and daughter-in-law for “making the journey to be with us on Mother’s Day.” The family also went to the Source Church in Bradenton, where Beth had the opportunity to speak about her “ultimate test of faith” -- her battle with cancer.
A POSITIVE OUTLOOK
Despite Beth’s battle with throat cancer, she remains in high spirits and hopes to get better, after having fought the same struggle before. She once told PEOPLE that it was something she did not allow to consume her.
“I had to keep moving, every day, moving forward. That’s all you can do when you get a diagnosis like this. So I take it each day at a time. And I’ll fight it with all that I have,” Beth said.
Last year, Beth was rushed to the hospital to remove a blockage in her throat which was deemed cancerous, placing her in a severe life-threatening position.