She urges those who can to donate to Primary Children's Medical Center, a hospital that has made her feel comfortable in such an uncomfortable situation.
"They've been wonderful explaining things to us and helping us get through. They're so concerned about how I feel and what they can do for me, making sure I understand what's going on," Paula McKay said.
"There are a lot of people who have come to our needs and send their love and prayers and support. I never knew so many people would fight for my little girl," she said.
And no one is fighting harder than baby Ashlyn's mom.
"I have a vision of her running and playing outside with her siblings," she said. "I have faith that it's going to turn out good."
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