Bringing baby Beckham home

As many of you may have heard the thibodeaux have been through quite the roller coaster in the last 2 weeks. It all started when Beckham was born 7/24 at 39 weeks. They went in for a normal induction for a healthy baby. They were expecting him to be around 7lbs. After 12 hours of labor he wasn't tolerating it and his heart rate kept dropping. He ended up in the nicu because he was having trouble regulating his o2 levels. After running a series of tests it was determined that he had an unstable airways, missing part of his brain called the corpus collasum and has a chromosome 15 deletion and they said they couldn't do anything for him. August 4th he was flown to Texas children's in Houston. As of now he has a team consisting of a geneticist, an ent and plastic surgeon, a neurologist and a occupational and speech therapist. More testing will begin on Monday to hopefully have a more distinct diagnosis and a better treatment plan. Beckham is the youngest brother of Ella (8), Karsyn (4) & Gavin (3). They are all in school and have their own activities going on so there will be a lot of traveling back and forth. Brady's company was generous enough to put him on a 21/7 schedule so he can have a little time off to try and get to Houston when possible. I have started this page to help raise funds for all the family as they have medical bills stacking, lots of traveling from la to Houston, food etc. please consider donating to this amazing family

Donations

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  • Poppy and Kathy Wilson 
    • $100 
    • 41 mos
  • Wendy Dabrusin 
    • $50 
    • 41 mos
  • Amy Craft 
    • $100 
    • 42 mos
  • Laci Guidroz 
    • $50 
    • 42 mos
  • Wendy & James Jimmerson 
    • $100 
    • 42 mos
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Organizer and beneficiary

Amanda Lynn 
Organizer
Edmond, OK
Abbey Thibodeaux 
Beneficiary
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