“A baby with my deceased fiancé” – Woman Has Her Fiancé’s Sperm So She Can Have His Baby

“A baby with my deceased fiancé” – Woman Has Her Fiancé’s Sperm So She Can Have His Baby

“A baby with my deceased fiancé”

In Tucson, Arizona, 22 year old woman named Stephanie Lucas will soon have a child, through her dead fiancé’s sperm.

After a horrible motorcycle accident that left 25-year-old Cameron Robinett brain dead, his family was faced with the difficult decision to turn off his life support machines. Whilst all the way, Stephanie Lucas, Robinett’s 22-year-old fiancée, devastated with memories of the kind man whom she’d planned to build a family with, thought of an impeccable plan.

As she realized that everything Cameron wanted was nothing but children, the family decided to go on with a sperm extraction procedure which approximately costs $9,000 .

Realizing both their families cannot fund the money needed for the procedure, Lucas sought help from the internet at a GoFundMe page in which she explained the quite dire circumstance.

In the fundraiser she entitled “A baby with my deceased fiancé,” she wrote:

In leu of flowers or gifts to honor Cameron, we’re asking you to make a donation to actually bring a part of Cameron, the amazing, handsome, silly, guy that I loved with my whole heart back to life!

Fortunately, people took pity and strangers began to respond in her dilemma. Lucas received $11,000 in less than a day. Up to date, she has already raised way more than over $15,000 from her $7,000 need.

Lucas, overwhelmingly grateful,  updated the page, saying:

I will never be able to say it enough — thank you for your support. It is everything.

Her fiancé’s sperm can be kept in storage for a year until whenever the time is right for Lucas.

Moreover, while Lucas was going through Robinett’s clothes, she wrote that she found a baby-sized Seattle Seahawks jersey her fiancé purchased which she already forgot about. She takes it as a silver lining above all that has happened that he’ll be guarding their child.

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