Lilly was a Christmas miracle, being born on Dec. 24, 2015, but that wasn't the biggest reason she was a miracle that Christmas. The doctors had told Jessica that Lilly would either die in utero or shortly after she was born. The little girl had suffered a blood clot during development, which then caused a stroke leading to the left side of her brain not developing. Against all odds, Lilith survived!! She grew. While she did develop a lot slower than other infants and toddlers, she made progress and brought joy to her parents and older brother, William, every single day she was alive on this earth. Her passing was tragic, after fighting for breath for 2 days from a common cold. She fought hard, but in the end Lilly couldn't fight anymore. Her story and walk through life is one of will power and superior nerve. She fought every single day, conquering all the hurdles that her life threw at her. She loved, laughed and brought joy and courage to everyone that had the pleasure and privilege to know her.
As you can imagine, this is a very hard time for little Lilith's family. They are grieving, but now they have to plan her funeral and bury their daughter. Any help and donations you can make in this troubled time to help for the funeral for Jessica and Mark would be more than appreciated. If you decide to donate, we thank you, from the bottom of our hearts. God bless.
- Pamela McKay
- logan claudia
- Colleen Countryman
- Marie McCausland
- Becky Falgout
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