Help For Medical Expenses!
me and lindsey (the best physical therapist in the world!!)
STEPPIN OUT ON FAITH….
THANK YOU SO MUCH TO EVERYONE WHO HAS DONATED.
YOU CAN ALSO SEND DONATIONS TO:
KAYDEN KINCKLE CARES
P.O BOX 1470
Paterson NJ 07509
We are deeply humbled and appreciative of the overwhelming amount of support we have received. The love offerings we’ve been blessed with will help us to address our past debt and your continued support will allow us to provide a better life for Kayden, our family, future medical & surgical expenses.
Kayden Elijah Knickle was born on June 3, 2012, with an Omphalocele (where some organs remain outside the body) and Amniotic Band Syndrome (where string-like bands are wrapped around the legs and feet while in the womb). These complications led to some deformity with his legs and feet. As a result, Kayden had two abdominal surgeries immediately after birth, and most recently he underwent a double-amputation of his right foot and left leg. In January 2016 he had a second amputation on his right leg.
We are confident and faithful that God will make a way for him to have a wonderful life and to have the same opportunities as any other child. Kayden is attending a public school (NOT special needs school) he's currently using his crutches, gaining his balance, standing on his own, and most importantly, when he falls down, we are teaching him that he can GET BACK UP on his own two feet!
Our son continues to defy the odds and we will be there to support him every step of the way, as we are STEPPIN OUT ON FAITH!!!
A MESSAGE FROM KAYDEN:
I have an awesome GoFundMe Family!!! Thank You all for your love & support!!
To anyone needing motivation, just remember:
A VISION: I GOT IT!!!
A FUTURE: I GOT IT!!
COURAGE: I GOT IT!!
A PURPOSE IN LIFE: I GOT IT!!
Thank you in advance for your kind generosity. God bless you!
The Kinckle Family
love always Kayden
Go Kayden! Ride that horse! I have a young horse and his name is KEYDEN ! So very close to yours. If you are ever in Chicago, he would like to meet you. Stay strong little man!
Prayers throughout the Universe for you Kayden. Get well. You wil be alright.
KAYDEN STAY WELL, IN JE NAME.
God Bless You Kayden!!! God has got your back. We stand with you. Kayden - You Got It!!! We Love You.
It has been such a delight to watch Kayden and his story grow right before my eyes. The humble beginnings have reached the level of BOLD impact…that's how God works! Much love for Kayden and Family!
This lil fella has stolen my heart. I wish you all the success your little hands can hold and more. God bless you and your family!
Kayden, so young, so gifted. God is truly with you. May you grow up and give God the praise because if it was not for Him all would be loss. Remember that God loves you so very much and "you got it" because you said so! Keep on moving little man, be strong in the Lord and in the power of His might.
I love him and he is blessing and an inspiration to me and my family this is from bermuda
This little guy and his family has been a blessing and an inspiration to me! I am going to share your story with everyone I know and people who I don't know! With everything that is going on in the world today it is important for people to remember that with a little help when we stumble and a willingness to try, we too can get to the place where we say "I Got It!"
May God continue to bless this precious baby.
God bless your son! He is such an amazing child!
I seen your story on the news this morning. Kayden is an inspiration to all of strength and great spirits. Your family is deeply blessed and may God watch over all of you !
So inspiring! Praying for you and the testimony that God has for you!
God bless you Kayden, keep up the hard work little man. I'm rooting for you.
Go little fellow!
God bless Kayden and the entire Knickle family. Kayden has the strength and spirit of a lion. I am glad you were able to meet your financial goal to proceed forward with the operation. I hope the excess amount is used towards the after-care for Kayden and the necessary rehabilitation so he can hopefully walk, one day, without assistance. We Got that!!! :)