Jason and Tiffany Harrell recently welcomed the birth of these beautiful twin girls. Their enormous joy has been overshadowed by extreme financial hardship following a very complicated pregnancy, birth, NICU stay and return visits to the hospital after going home. This all began on October 17th when Tiffany was was forced to stop working and placed on bedrest due to symphysis pubis dysfunction. Jason started working overtime trying to make up for the lost wages but soon Tiffany was admitted to the hospital with pre-eclampsia. She was discharged after a brief stay but soon readmitted and unable to leave. This visit resulted in an early delivery of the 3lb 6oz girls. From November 21st through December 26th, the girls remained in the NICU. Jason continued working tirelessly and seeing the twins as often as he could, while Tiffany made the daily trip over an hour away from their home to be with their girls daily. Once discharged, Abigail has been readmitted back into the hospital due to poor feeding and continues to struggle. Due to this, Tiffany has not been able to return to work as scheduled and remains home as recommended by the doctor.
Every one experiences some type of financial shock when babies are born. This is a quadruple shock for Jason and Tiffany and they are doing everything within their power to keep their heads above water. If you are able to contribute in anyway, no matter how small, they would forever be grateful. It is my hope that we can all pull together to help relieve some of their burden so they can focus more on their new little family of four. Thank You!