I never ask for any help when it comes to anything but in this case my family and I are in need and this is why. November 1st We had lost our 18 month old baby girl Annalina Rose Stewart. She meant and is everything to us. Any one who knew her knew how Annalina wasn't your average 18 month old. She was full of life and made her presence known in any room she entered. She was always so happy, so loving, so smart, and loved everyone. She loved animals, loved playing outside, reading books, music, loved her parents and her family, and always loved being silly to see you smile. October 30th I had woken up to my daughter screaming/crying I had called her drs cause she had an on and off cough the last 2 weeks and I wanted to make sure she was ok. I got an appointment for 3 o'clock at a different location than her primary office because they didn't have any openings. We went to the drs at 3, the doctor saw her and asked what the problem was I told her that she'd been crying like this all day and hasn't stopped and I felt like something was wrong and she's wasn't eating. She checked her while she was in my lap all fast and then looked at me and said that nothing was wrong with her and she thinks I'm just being a paranoid mom and my daughter was being fussy. I then told her that this is not my daughter being fussy and I know how my daughter is she then said she's getting the flu. I told myself that if Tuesday October 31st if she's not any better I'm taking her to the ER. The next day she was still not feeling good but she wasn't screaming or crying and she then was just showing the signs of the flu. She was walking, talking and later that day she ate a little something. Later that night she threw up and I stayed up with her all night until 2am. Then she woke me up at 4am and we went back to sleep around 7:30-8am. Wednesday November 1st when I woke up to start our day and she wasn't breathing. Monday November 6th we got our daughters autopsy back and she was diagnosed with Intussusception which is where part of the intestine telescopes into itself and if the doctor had checked her stomach the right way and not rushed it and listened to what i had to say instead of blowing me off to tell me I'm a paranoid mom, she only needed to do an enema to save my daughter. Please if anyone would like to donate or share and post please anything helps and we appreciate every bit and effort people have made towards us. The money will be for our daughter's services, and our finances while we are not working while getting everything taken care of. Thank you everyone in advance.
This gofundme will be going directly to us as Annalina's parents. Our goal is $10,000 and $3,000 was donated towards us so I had deducted the amount that was donated.