When Kayleigh Ferguson-Walker and her husband were building their family, they never thought their lives would take a drastic turn.
In March of 2017, Kayleigh was in the second trimester of her second pregnancy when she was suddenly hit with life-threatening sepsis. Her symptoms hit her quickly, and she was hospitalized and in a coma for two weeks.
Kayleigh lost the baby.
"In the end, it was between my limbs and my life," she said.
As a quadruple amputee, Kayleigh says she hasn't lost her spirit. But living now requires learning how to do things that were once simple in a different way.
A community is stepping up to help the family with the Kayleigh Ferguson-Walker Homebuilding Fund to help them get an ADA-compliant home that will include smart technology.
"The ADA-compliant home will help me do more as a wife and mother," Kayleigh said.
Her husband Ramon says her determination to get through is inspiring.
"When I look at my wife and see her situation, it gives me strength, helps me continue as a husband and father," he said.
The campaign just began, but it's bringing new hope to Kayleigh who never lost one thing: her faith.
"Leaning on the Lord is my strength and will always be my strength," she said.