Lula Beth Bowden, 4, proudly displayed six simple, powerful words after beating stage 2 cancer: "It came. We fought. I won."

After months of treatment, Lula Beth held up the sign with a proud smile on her face.

Her mom, Kristin Bowden, a photographer, told "Good Morning America," "We never expected this news to happen to us. It’s always sad, heartbreaking stories of others that you see, until it happens to you."

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She did it!!! CANCER FREE 😭🧡😍

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Doctors found a Wilms tumor -- a type of pediatric cancer -- on Lula Beth's kidney in March 2020.

Her mom told "GMA" the little girl underwent surgery for removal of the football-sized tumor and entire kidney. The surgery was followed by a treatment regimen that consisted of 13 rounds of chemotherapy within 22 weeks.

"She flawlessly got through them all and remained the light in our family," Bowden said.

To celebrate the happy ending to her journey on Aug. 28, her mom staged a photo shoot.

"I have tried to document this season in our lives so we could look back on it forever," she said. "It's been a very emotional time for us."

The Vernal, Utah, family is grateful for Lula Beth's good health. "We have been so happy and it has taught us to never take life or health for granted," her mom said.

And of her cancer fighting daughter?

"She has not complained once and graciously completed her course," she said.