Kris Bobosky, single father of son Jeremy and twin daughters Lexis and Lindsey is often asked the question, "How do you do it?"
Kris has not had the privilege of pausing from survival mode since his daughters were born. Sixteen years of hospital visits, sleepless nights, missing shifts at work, and the continued emotional uncertainty that comes with having sick children has lead Kris to a crossroad...
... This precious family urgently needs Church and Community to come together and help so they can come out of survival mode and step into health and wellness.
Currently, Lexis is in the hospital - originally admitted due to chronic reoccurring hemorrhaging from her nose. Last fall she was hospitalized for 39 days and nights receiving treatments to keep her alive as a rare blood infection set in. This infection had her in the ICU for two full weeks. It has become known that Lexis has considerable liver damage, enlarged spleen, a heart murmur (like her twin sister) and esophageal varices (meaning she could bleed out at any time). She’s had procedure after procedure including 2 liver biopsies, 2 endoscopies, several MRI’s, several ultrasounds, several x-rays, nostril cauterization 3 times.. and the list goes on.
"Just waiting for her to bleed out does not seem like the solution. I am father and pharmacist to these two precious girls. Lexi consumes roughly 20 pills a day and Lindsey about 8, and this has been going on for years. I have missed so much work, and the girls so much school - none of us can keep up. I know that with proper treatment I can help, but to take the time away from work to care for them and pay for the treatment seems impossible when groceries and gas have been out of reach most days." - Kris Bobosky
Lexi and Lindsey are amazing girls who smile through the tests, the pain, the countless hospital visits and consequences of being sick. They have been in a special needs program for years from being so far behind in school. This fall they enter high school and as of right now it is likely they will never officially graduate. They will most likely never drive a car. They have no signs of entering puberty and it has been said they will most likely never birth a child. They are bullied because of there stature. They struggle with having any semblance of friendships with others, only to themselves.
"I believe in theses little angels. I encourage them daily. I love them unconditionally and thank God for them often." - Kris
As full time caretaker, Kris has grossly neglected himself and his needs and is now suffering from his own pallet of health issues. There are treatments available to Lexi, Lindsey and Kris that can heal them and stop this nightmare of hospital visits, excessive medication, and missing out on work, school and life. This family has never had the chance to get the treatments needed, go on a holiday or enjoy the simple things in life.
With your help this family can get on their feet, be healed from sickness and live the life they deserve. The treatments will save Lexi's and Lindsey's lives!!!
Kris needs $30,000 for the first round of treatment required for his girls by September 1, 2020.
If 500 people supported Kris and his family with only $60 the first amount required for treatment will be met!!
The second amount of $30,000 is needed by December 1, 2020.
Thank you so much for your support in saving Lexi and her family!
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