30 year old Ashley found a lump in her left breast 2 weeks after giving birth to her second child. She is married with two beautiful children. Hadley is 3 years old and the cutest curly headed little girl you will ever meet! Kypton is 4 months old and is quite the little charmer, not to mention sweet as sugar!!
Initially her OB thought it was just a clogged milk duct and should be checked again in a month. The checkup a month later started this long journey. The OB performed an ultrasound and scheduled her for a mammogram the next day. Once the ultrasound and mammogram were reviewed (while she waited in the Drs. office), the nurse came into the exam room, took Ashley down the hall to a surgeons office and told them she needed to be seen immediately. Less than a week later on February 9th she was diagnoised with Stage 2 Triple Negative Breast Cancer. She underwent a double mastectomy on Feb. 12th and began the reconstruction process. 5 days after her surgery her youngest had to be taken to Childrens Hospital and had surgery to take care of an absess on his little bottom, The surgery seemed to be a success. Ashley had her first Chemo treatment on Monday March 9th and had some of the common side effect for about 3 days. In the meantime the baby's absess reappeared and he was seen by the surgeon on Thursday the 12th. Unfortunately he's scheduled for surgery again on the 20th. To say this family has been through it would be an understatement. Ashley is self employed, therefore no paid sick or vacation days. They could really use some financial assistance just to take care of day to day needs, like food, gas, formula and of course diapers. Some bills need to be paid as well, but the basics are needed first. Yes, her husband works but he's had to be off a lot due to needing to be with his family during the critical days. Please consider a donation for this beautiful young family, they are so deserving and will be more than grateful for any amount, no matter how small you can contribute.
Thank you and God Bless You!!
DonationsSee top donations
- kimberly baggett
- Lisa stephens
#1 fundraising platform
More people start fundraisers on GoFundMe than on any other platform. Learn more
Expert advice, 24/7
Contact us with your questions and we’ll answer, day or night. Learn more