After praying for the blessings of parenthood for 2 years, Kaysha and Scott Beavers of Columbia, TN, were excitedly expecting their first set of twin girls October 25, 2014. On Sunday, July 20th, at only 26 weeks pregnant, Kaysha had to emergently deliver the babies due to HELLP Syndrome (a harmful condition that causes the breakdown of red blood cells, elevated liver enzymes, and low platelet counts in the mother). The main treatment is delivery of the baby/babies as soon as possible. Sweet baby Natalie was born weighing 2.1 lbs, and precious baby Olivia was born weighing 1.6 lbs. Both tiny babies had to be put on breathing machines because their lungs weren't fully developed, and they also required special tubes for nutrition. The health care team at Vanderbilt Medical Center have said the little ones will need to stay in the hospital at least until their due date in October.
To help offset the extensive medical expenses and travel costs between their home in Columbia, TN and the hospital in Nashville, TN -- a distance of 104 miles roundtrip -- their friends and coworkers are rallying together to help provide for these expenses so the new parents can focus on the needs of their family.
If you know the Beavers, know of them, or just love babies, the "Beavers Family of Four" could use your support whether spiritual, emotional, or financial. These sweet girls have a long road ahead, but we can already see they are fighters! Thank you so much for your help!
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