Ashlyne Grace

Raising Money For Her Headstone

Ashlyne Sophea Grase was born prematurely on 11-20-2016. She was a twin. She weighed 3.5 & was in the NICU for 12 days. We were ecstatic to finally bring her home. But were told that we had to take her to a cardiologist b/c the doctors saw something wrong w/ her heart... we took her, he said everything was fine & that she would grow out of it. We assumed, from the doctors words & reassurance that she was healthy, just small. On the morning of 1-16-2017 I woke up to my twin son screaming. I checked on him, took care of him, then checked on his sister. She was deceased. My life stopped. Everything changed, I called 911, immediately started doing CPR, was hysterical, she was already gone. She had gained her beautiful angel wings. I have 3 older sons, age 13,11,& 9, as well as an 11 year old daughter. Along w/ her twin brother. Ashlyne was 3 days away from being 2 months old. We are now in the process of trying to pay for her headstone. With finances being tight, & 5 children, we just can't afford it alone. We want to give her something special, something beautiful like her. This will be the last thing we can ever give to her. We sincerely appreciate any & all help! Thank you & God Bless! -Ashlyne's Mom

Steffen Rivenburg

Steffen Rivenburg passed away at 7 months old on June 8th, 2017. His life was sadly taken away too soon, after a judge court ordered him to be removed off of life support. Steffen was not brain dead, and when the machine was unplugged his heart was still beating, and he was still breathing. 

Steffen didn't pass until the doctors gave him Propofol ( The drug that killed Michael Jackson). Steffens family is still fighting to get his big sister out of state custody. Liam Changed The World has stepped in to fund the private autopsy and transport of Steffens little body, so that we can find out what really happened in that hospital. 

We believe in giving every kid an equal chance at life, and what happened in Steffens story, was not in the best interest of the child. (In our opinions)

We are hoping to one day be part of finding out the true answers, and giving justice for many people that loved this little baby. His memory will live in our hearts forever, and hopefully, the lives of others will be saved due to the unfortunate decision that was made for him.

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