Help get Baylee Home

Baylee Brielle was born December 11, 2014 at 28 weeks via emergency c-section at Stanford Children's Hospital. She weighed a whopping 1.6 lbs. I am one honored Auntie that was fortunate enough to witness this little miracle take her first breath, a breath that not even her doctors were sure would happen.  Since the moment she came into this world Baylee has been fighting tirelessly for her life.  She has been on a ventilator most of her life and still resides at the amazing NICU at Stanford Children's.  My sister Valerie, Baylee's amazing mother has been living down the street at the Ronald McDonald house since December.  Baylee has an older sister(6) and big brother(2) and they want their sister and Mom to come home.
   Doctors have determined that Baylee's best shot at coming home is to perform a tracheostomy which is basically an incision to the windpipe to relieve an obstruction to breathing.  For a preemie who cannot communicate if they are in pain this means round the clock care in home support.  Baylee's Father Fabian works for Costco and makes a decent living but is unable to bear the financial burden in home support would require. 
   Please help us bring Baylee home and provide the support she and my family need to give her the best opportunity at a happy healthy life.


Marisa Fischer
Watsonville, CA

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