On October 26th, my two-month-old daughter, Nevaeh, was admitted to the Saint Paul Children’s Hospital. She wasn’t able to fully extend her right leg and was very sensitive to touch. With no answers, she was transferred to the Minneapolis Children’s Hospital on October 29th for a biopsy of her femur bone and has been there since. Nevaeh had multiple x-rays performed, ultrasound, and sedation twice for an MRI. The MRI imaging revealed that Nevaeh had some type of infection in her right femur bone. Doctors and specialists have never seen this type of infection before and are unsure of the cause. She is now on antibiotics, but since her blood vessel is so small, a PIC line was inserted to distribute the medication. This needs extra care and monitoring by nurses and doctors to ensure Nevaeh's safety. We are hopeful that the medicine is working, but won’t know until the antibiotics are complete. Doctors have informed us, that Nevaeh will remain at the hospital for another 4-6 weeks.