After around 30 hours of life, James began to vomit, refuse a bottle and had bloody stool. The doctor on call quickly transfered James to Centennial Children's hospital where they diagnosed him with NEC (necrotizing enterocolitis.) Immediately after emergency surgery, early on Tuesday morning, he showed signs of improvement.
On Wednesday, the Robinsons arrived back at the hospital after a nights rest at home to learn James blood pressure was not stable--the doctor prepared them for the possibility James would not recover. As the day progressed, his health continued to deteriorate. He soon became completely reliant on a ventilator and further tests confirmed his kidneys were starting to fail.
At 8:30pm on Wednesday, James Paul Robinson went to be with his heavenly Father while lying in the arms of his earthly father.
One of the best ways we can support the Robinsons in this very challenging season is through prayer. The second way is by eliminating the unexpected financial burden that they now face. While the Robinsons do have health insurance their out of pocket expenses are still going to be very high. Combined with final expenses for James--the figure seems overwhelming.
Will you join us in eliminating the financial burden for Chuck and Sydney?
Christ Life Community will insure all funds will go directly to the Robinsons to cover any expenses related to this tragedy.
- Carli Johnson
- Sara Higgins
- Melanie Harper
Organizer and beneficiary
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