'This account will not hide from the truth of what this illness does to the one who is suffering, and to all those whom that person loved the most. Above all, however, I want to write this book because my story, which is also Emma's and that of our three wonderful children, is nevertheless a story of hope.' IIs Mummy Coming Home/I is Jon's story of how he coped with his wife's diagnosis of cancer, the way he adapted to become primary caretaker and parent to their three children and how he dealt with the terrible pain of losing Emma. In this frank and honest account, Jon Nicholson addresses how cancer put unimaginable strains on his relationship with his wife and the loved ones around them but how he ultimately endured for the sake of this children, and the happy, secure lives he wanted for them. Jon Nicholson lost his wife to osteosarcoma, a very rare form of bone cancer. Emma died in 2004, just 14 months after being diagnosed.