Devon & Leah Still share adorable moment before Thursday night’s game

Leah Still is one of the most inspiring little girls you’ll ever see. Thursday night, the 4-year-old battling cancer will get to watch her daddy, Cincinnati Bengals defensive lineman Devon Still, play in person for the first time.

Father and daughter were reunited Wednesday night as Leah touched down in southwestern Ohio. She has been in Philadelphia for cancer treatment.

The wait is finally over GN 😴 ✌️

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It only gets better from there. The two spent the morning preparing for game night UK-style with an old-fashioned tea party.

A little tea party to relax before the game

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It’s "Leah Day" at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and the Bengals are expected to present to the hospital a check for more than $1 million at Thursday’s game vs. the Browns.

Sales of Still’s Bengals No. 75 jerseys helped that fund, with almost 15,000 being sold to fans across the country. Leah was diagnosed with Stage IV neuroblastoma June 4. She has undergone chemotherapy and had surgery to remove the cancerous tumor in September.

The Stills’ story has captivated the nation and seeing Leah at Paul Brown Stadium should make for a very special primetime moment.