A Louisiana mother's three-year-old adopted son needs a transplant and she's crediting God after finding out that she is a perfect match for him. Jeanne and Eli Backer didn't consider themselves as possible donors for their son Jaxon who has end-stage disease.
Jeanne told CBN News Jaxon has been on dialysis his whole life and receives treatments at home each night lasting nearly 12 hours. "He's been on dialysis since he's been born," she said. "For a three-year-old that's a lot to stay in one spot for, but he's finally big enough for a transplant."
Even though family members and friends were willing to get tested to see if they were a match for the young boy, Jeanne was hopeful that she would be the one. "We were the first ones to get tested. I prayed from the very beginning that it would me because I wanted it to be mine," she told CBN News. She added, "We didn't think it was possible at all. It's definitely a God thing."
Jeanne explained that her spleen and pancreas were removed during a previous . Due to the prior procedure, her doctors told her that her body would respond to the transplant easier. "It seems like God has always stepped in even when we weren't noticing," she said. "You can't deny that it's God that has done all these things with the adoption." Jeanne continued, "It's way more amazing than we could have imagined. We couldn't imagine life without our two boys that God put into our lives. It seems impossible that that could even happen."
The is scheduled for March 16 in New Orleans, Louisiana, which is a three-hour drive from their home in Rayne. Jaxon will need to stay in the for several weeks to ensure that his body accepts the new . A GoFundMe page has been set up to assist the family with expenses associated with the procedure. So far the effort has raised $3,447 of its $5,000 goal.
God works in mysterious ways and we we need to trust and believe in Him because He's a miracle wonder working God, Amen 🙏
I hope God blesses the whole family with greatnes.
God bless you and your family... Godspeed
What a beautiful moment when you find out though not biologically family members but placed in each other’s arms as if you were.
I had my first kidney transplant in TORONTO's SICK KIDS's HOSPITAL as well but I was able to hold on a few years til I was 16. I was on dialysis for a short time that time around. Kept that transplanted kidney til I was 27. It was a perfect match. I hope this time around I get a perfect match as I hear they last 30 years now.
Thats wonderful the mother is doing this for his son. Such loving pairents I would do the same thing
Thank you Father for helping them Wishing for a speedy recovery for both of you
Absolutely a “God Thing!. He had is hand on this from the very beginning!!! Oh, how Good He Is To Us!!!!!!!!!
Amen, prayers for the sweet little boy and his beautiful momma. Praying for God to be with them both and heal them both and they both come through the surgery and they both will heal completely and be completely healed. God bless them both.