Baby JJ’s travel and necessities…HBOT & st cell th

On December 23rd, this family’s life was turned upside down...just 2 days before Christmas. When his Dad arrived home and realized that JJ had gotten out of the home & the fence that led to the pond, him and his 16 year old son Cody frantically searched the property...Cody spotted Baby JJ in the pond! His dad Jeremy Sessions jumped in, pulled him out, and did CPR. JJ was taken to Effingham County Hospital and when they got a faint heartbeat, they life-flighted him to Memorial Hospital where he was in PICU! Baby JJ is on a ventilator at home now.   We need prayers terribly as baby steps are in progress for JJ’s health. His dad stayed with him in the hospital everyday and did not leave him, JJ’s dad has not been back to work since this happened, his insurance pays for a lot of things but there is things they do not cover. JJ’s dad has to get at least 1300 hours a year at work to maintain his insurance, his father is looking to go back to work but is hoping  Baby Jj will be able to get into Scottish Rites or go to New Orleans and that will not be paid by insurance for travel or expenses.The family has no income coming in, most will be used for Baby JJ some will be used to help take care of the other 3 siblings.  Right now Jj is being transported by Ambulance when he needs to go to doctors appointments because the vehicle his father has is not equipped for Jj and we do not have correct car seat for Jj. The family has been trying to sell bracelets, koozies and decals to help with an accessible van. We need all the prayers we can get, Jj has three other siblings and they have been torn by this.   Please pray hard and share this page. Please leave a prayer and virtual hugs

Organizer

Pauline Stapleton Morgan 
Organizer
Rincon, GA

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