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Praying For Answers for My Daughter






 Hey, my name is Shekita Barnes and my daughter's name is Kalaysia Barnes on November 24,2015, my daughter woke up limping, so I asked her why she was walking like that. She said she didn't know so later on that day she was crying, and my cousin and I asked her what she was crying for and again she said she didn't know. My cousin went to the store and got her and her twin brother Cordez some cupcakes, but she could not hold anything in her hands. My cousin suggested something happened to her in her sleep that night, so I took her to a hospital in Montgomery. The doctors ran tests on her and said she had a light stroke, so they sent her to Birmingham to a children’s hospital. They ran tests on her and came and told us that she could not talk but she could walk just a little. She was admitted to the hospital on December 8th. She went into a coma and the doctors had given up on her. 

 I left the hospital to go home and check on my other kids. She woke up on January 6,2016 while the doctors were discussing her condition over her head. She woke up calling for me.



  They eventually ran more tests on her, but still couldn’t find out what was doing her like that. She had brain surgery, but they couldn't find anything wrong.  My daughter's back began to start curving over like the letter C. She had surgery on her back and had to wear a halo on her head for two weeks with weights.  She had back surgery on her back September 19th,2020. She had to stay in the hospital for 2 months. We came home on April 3,2022 with still no answers of what caused her to be this way.


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