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Lexi is a very well known girl all around. But for those who have never had the pleasure to meet her, let me tell you about her. Alexis is a beautiful, strong, and loving ray of sunshine that can brighten anyone on their darkest days. She is always smiling and laughing as if she has nothing to worry about. Her laugh is contagious as is her smile. Lexi was born with Osteogenesis Imperfecta, better known as brittle bone disease. Now I’m sure if you or I had to constantly have broken bones repaired we wouldn’t be constantly happy and always have a smile. But Lexi does. This little girl is a fighter. As long as I’ve known her she’s done nothing less than put a smile on my face and bring me laughter. As she has for anyone she’s come in contact with. Well at the beginning of this week Lexi was rushed into the children’s hospital because she woke up not being able to breathe. And this is where she has been ever since. She is in a coma and on a ventilator unable to stabilize the breathing on her own. They are doing the best they can trying to find the cause to the problem having her hooked up under constant watch and giving her the medication she needs to be comfortable, but it is baby steps to recovery right now. Alongside with prayers and support that most have been sending to Lexi and her family, which have been tremendously working, I’m trying to raise money to help out Lexis parents in hospital bills and get Lexi what she needs without them having to struggle. This family is one out of a million to where they are appreciative of anything and would give the shirt of their own back for anyone. I’d love to give to a deserving little girl such as Lexi. Any little bit counts and I thank you all in advance for all of your support! Let’s help Lexi #LEXISTRONG #PrayersForLexi

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