I am so blessed to have been Lyndsey Christine Nelson’s mother. She was born on Friday, January 20, 2006, and was the youngest of three girls. She had the most beautiful olive complexion and when she was six weeks old, my obstetrician jokingly called her a little coffee bean – from then on she was known as “Lyndsey Bean.”
On the afternoon of May 7, 2007, Lyndsey was found unresponsive in a family pond. After a very long and devastating 36 hours in the ER and then the PICU, it was determined that she was brain dead. While at her bedside, trying to process what happened, I was told that Life Point (one of three Donate Life organizations in South Carolina) wanted to talk with me about organ donation. The thought had never crossed my mind, but I spoke with the liaison and went back to hold her.
The answer was perfectly clear – if one of our babies needed an organ, my entire family and I would have prayed just as much for someone to be a donor.
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