×

Griswold family cares for sick child

1 of 11

Sean D. Elliot/The Day | Buy Photo

Brianna Pavlak, right, and her mother-in-law Sue Kobelski, hand at center, soothe Pavlak's daughter Audrey, 17-months, as nurse Kate Kate Troy, RN, with Infusion Plus, Inc., changes the child's central line dressing Friday, January 10, 2014. Audrey has a rare and potentially fatal condition called short bowel syndrome and needs constant attention.

2 of 11

Sean D. Elliot/The Day | Buy Photo

Brianna Pavlak holds her daughter Audrey after preparing her nutrition infusion Friday, January 10, 2014 in her Griswold home. Audrey has a rare and potentially fatal condition called short bowel syndrome and needs constant attention.

3 of 11

Sean D. Elliot/The Day | Buy Photo

Brianna Pavlak cares for her daughter Audrey, 17-months, with the help of nurse Kate Kate Troy, RN, with Infusion Plus, Inc., and her mother-in-law Sue Kobelski and niece Emma Pavlak Friday, January 10, 2014 in her Griswold home. Audrey has a rare and potentially fatal condition called short bowel syndrome and needs constant attention.

4 of 11

Sean D. Elliot/The Day | Buy Photo

Brianna Pavlak, right, helps nurse Kate Kate Troy, RN, with Infusion Plus, Inc., left, change the dressing on the central line on her daughter Audrey, center, as her mother-in-law Sue Kobelski tries to cheer the child Friday, January 10, 2014. Audrey has a rare and potentially fatal condition called short bowel syndrome and needs constant attention.

5 of 11

Sean D. Elliot/The Day | Buy Photo

Audrey Pavlak shouts in protest as nurse Kate Kate Troy, RN, with Infusion Plus, Inc., hands at left, changes the child's central line dressing Friday, January 10, 2014. Audrey has a rare and potentially fatal condition called short bowel syndrome and needs constant attention.

6 of 11

Sean D. Elliot/The Day | Buy Photo

Sue Kobelski plays with her granddaughter Audrey Pavlak, 17-months, Friday, January 10, 2014. Audrey has a rare and potentially fatal condition called short bowel syndrome and needs constant attention.

7 of 11

Sean D. Elliot/The Day | Buy Photo

Sue Kobelski, right, plays with her granddaughter Audrey Pavlak, 17-months, as the child's mother Brianna, left, prepares dinner Friday, January 10, 2014. Audrey has a rare and potentially fatal condition called short bowel syndrome and needs constant attention.

8 of 11

Sean D. Elliot/The Day | Buy Photo

Audrey Pavlak plays on the kitchen floor as her mother Brianna Pavlak prepares her nutrition infusion Friday, January 10, 2014 in her Griswold home. Audrey has a rare and potentially fatal condition called short bowel syndrome and needs constant attention.

9 of 11

Sean D. Elliot/The Day | Buy Photo

Brianna Pavlak follows her daughter Audrey into the living room wheeling the IV stand after preparing her nutrition infusion Friday, January 10, 2014 in her Griswold home. Audrey has a rare and potentially fatal condition called short bowel syndrome and needs constant attention.

10 of 11

Sean D. Elliot/The Day | Buy Photo

Audrey Pavlak tries to wheel the IV stand carrying her nutrition infusion Friday, January 10, 2014 in her Griswold home. Audrey has a rare and potentially fatal condition called short bowel syndrome and needs constant attention.

11 of 11

Sean D. Elliot/The Day | Buy Photo

Audrey Pavlak looks up at her mother Brianna Pavlak as nurse Kate Kate Troy, RN, with Infusion Plus, Inc., hands at left, changes the child's central line dressing Friday, January 10, 2014. Audrey has a rare and potentially fatal condition called short bowel syndrome and needs constant attention.

11 of 11