Baby kiyzer was 17 weeks way to early weighing 1.2lbs.. we didn't think he was going to survive with a less than 5% survival rate without the blood infection that him and I had.. so in reality he was not supposed to live at all after I had given birth.. but there he was fighting with all his might to stay alive! He went through so much in his 6.5 months NICU stay with 7 broken bones, heart surgery, flat lining 6 times, eye surgery, infection after infection, severe under developed lungs, heart issues, having a hard time gaining weight, and so many more things.. but he over came all those Rocky obstacles and finally after 195 days got to come home!! His journey wasn't over yet tho.. roughly 8 months later he was in the PICU in a medically induced coma.. he had 4 different strands of the flu and pneumonia.. the doctors told me to call his loved ones to come tell him their good byes.. but like always he fought like no other! He flat lines 3 more times while he was in and out of his coma.. the doctors got him severely addicted to 7 different narcotics including fetynol, which made the doctors have to put him on methadone yo wing him off the drugs... This little two year old baby has gone through so much that no two year old should ever have to go through.. now he is a happy healthy boy, wears glasses proudly! Off his oxygen and getting his mickey G-Tube taken out In may! I am so proud of my handsome little miracle baby! #TeamKiyzer
Hello and welcome to Share! Thanks so much for sharing your story of your amazing baby boy with us! I'm sure he has so much more to accomplish and I hope to hear more about him!
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omg how cool is that Hes such a fighter to survive all those problems . I can see why your so proud Hes had all those set back but hes showed everyone just how much of a fighter he is Im sooo glad to hear hes doing so well Hes a really tough little boy
Hi! Thank you for sharing your story. Kiyzer is a cutie. And what a warrior! It's great to hear how well he's doing despite such a difficult beginning.
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