Kyle's Remarkable Recovery
Kyle was involved in a head on collision that killed his sister, and left him on life support, he wasn't expected to live on the way to the hospital or through his first surgery and first night, The doctors were unsure of his prognosis suspecting that he would have severe brain injuries that would leave him in a vegetative state, Kyle woke up from his coma and is making remarkable recovery. This family had to bury their nine year old child and now they are trying to get to a new normal without her and heal Kyle in the meantime. They desperately your prayers and support, Kyle has been moved to rehab in Dallas and that is quite a drive from home, any little bit will help and would be appreciated.+ Read More
I want to thank everyone for all of their prayers, support and donations during this difficult time for us. Kyle moved to rehab in Dallas this past Friday and so far things are going good. He still has a very long road ahead of him but he is pushing forward. After rehab he will be looking at a few more surgeries and a lot of dental work that will not be covered by his insurance. Unfortunately the guy that hit on that fateful morning did not have great insurance and I did not have the insurance coverage to fall back on (I can’t remember what it’s called) so all of this will be coming out of our own pockets. Weston just returned to work last week and still isn’t able to work his full hours since he has the babies and our other girls to take care of while I’m in Dallas with Kyle. I plan to return to work next week but only for two days a week until we know more about kyles future. We aren’t the kind of people to ask for help but if you are able to help us out for kyles expenses it would greatly be appreciated. We were able to cover all of Payton’s expenses including her headstone and a bench with the money that has already been donated and we greatly appreciate everyone that was able to help with that. We also will appreciate all the prayers for kyles health to continue to improve and for our family.