Hi my name is Daisy RaeLen Archer.
I am raising funds to feed all the heroes that saved mine and my mommy's life on November 3rd 2020 at 6:20 p.m.
You see, my mommy had a placenta abruption and nobody knew it she had Blood spotting and my daddy took her to Orange Park Medical Center. My daddy Googled what a placenta abruption was and found out that it is life-threatening and only found in 1% of pregnant women and only 200,000 yearly in the United States. Therefore, there needs to be more awareness about it so that all pregnant women can keep an eye out during their pregnancy to detect it, prevent it, or rule it out better so it doesn't happen to them. Awareness and early detection is key. If undetected and not addressed in time, babies can die in the womb due to lack of oxygen and nutrition as the placenta is the life support for babies in the mother's womb. My mommy's placenta erupted and the Hero's at Orange Park Medical Center saved my life and my mommy's life as well. From the start, nurse Ashley begin IVs and admitted my mommy with so much love and care. When the Trauma Alert and Crimson codes were announced, my daddy had to wait in the hallway. Nurse Ashley not only ran to get more blood for my mommy but she held my mommy's hand as my mommy was getting put under for surgery. My mommy was scared and locking eyes with nurse Ashley who was the only person she recognized in the room of over 15 medical emergency staff members. Nurse Ashley holding her hand gave my mommy comfort and calm during all the chaos going on. Dr. Phillips rushed in to save my life and then proceeded to save my mommy's life. Some names of the heroes I heard mommy and daddy talk about was Dr. Phillips, Dr. Zapp, nurses, Ashley, Paige, Jess, Paula, Michelle, Carrington, and NICU nurses
Anzley, Susan, Sue, Judy, Julian, Allen, Michelle, Jennifer, Cindy, Katie, and some I couldn't remember. They wanted to nominate all of them for the Daisy Award program they have there at Orange Park Medical Center. Funny thing is, I was named Daisy when my mommy and daddy never heard of the Daisy Award program. Now I love my name even more! I will live with all my heroes until I can go home to my mommy and daddy. I weigh 4 lbs. and will be working on gaining weight, maintaining my own body temperature, and strengthening my lungs to breathe without my CPAP equipment. My daddy and mommy say they can't thank our Heroes enough so they want to deliver Garlic Crab Eggrolls to them. Because the budget is tight for everyone lately they would love to feed as many Heroes as they can and do so as often as they can. Please help me feed the heroes at Orange Park Medical Center and also raise awareness about placenta abruption so that early detection and prevention can happen sooner than later. Please help Daisy feed her Heroes! If you can't make a donation then please make a prayer for me to keep getting better so I can go home before Christmas... my daddy says there is so much power in prayers and if you are a prayer Warrior like my daddy, mommy,and Grandpa, please don't hesitate to throw them prayers up so them blessings can come down. Thank you, God bless, and Much Love, Daisy RaeLen Archer
Part of the proceeds will go to feeding Daisy's Heroes and creating a program to feed Daisy Heroes in a manner to honor those who go above and beyond their Call of Duties within the medical field of healing, to create a program to continue to recognize such heroes and award them a meal that too often they run Hospital floors while eating poorly in such a demanding medical field especially, putting their own health at risk to heal others and save lives.
Part of the proceeds will go to raising the awareness of placenta abruption in a manner to cover expenses to hold seminars, creating brochures to inform pregnant mothers to be of the dangers placenta abruption, and do whatever it takes to help prevent the loss of a mother and unborn child due to the lack of knowledge about such a deadly pregnancy medical condition.
A part of the proceeds will go to any unpaid medical expenses for Daisy's treatment and towards preparing for Daisy to come home and have the comforts all babies need.
- Pat Meinert
- Jeiselli and Jellani Archer
- Maryann Rose
- James Archer