The Nugent family home in Palm Harbor is starting to become a busy work hive of activity.
Neighbors and working crews have been pitching in to make adjustments to the house, all of it to make the transition for the family as easy as possible.
A step walkway has been torn out, being replaced with a concrete ramp leading up to the front door, a garden has been planted, sterilized air conditioning units are being installed.
Those are just a few of the changes.
For weeks now, the Nugent family has surrounded their 2-year-old daughter Ireland at Tampa General Hospital where she's been recovering after both of her feet were severed in a horrific lawn mower accident.
While they have been busy making sure her recovery goes well, people have been donating their time and supplies to reconfigure the home.
Ireland is expected to be released sometime this weekend, and her family will have an all new house to come home to.
Neighbor Sean Somerfield has been coordinating a lot of the work, and as a father has a hard time comprehending what the Nugent family has been through.
"It's tough. I don't know how they're doing it but they are," he said.
Inside the home, Betty Rhea, Ireland's grandmother has been watching over the home, and sometimes, some of Ireland's 6 siblings.
Some of them have been making welcome home signs she says.
"They're all excited. They've got the whole neighborhood knowing that she's coming home tomorrow," she says.
All of the help she says will go a long way for the family, and especially for her daughter-in-law.
"Oh gosh. It's indescribable how much this is going to help them, because she's going to have her hands full," she says.
Items have come in from all over, Somerfield told us, from Pinellas, Tampa, and beyond.
And as much as they've received in the past few weeks, they're never turning away more help.
Ireland's great-grandmother told us, "well I'll tell you, if anything ever happened to me, I'd love to be in this neighborhood. I think it's just wonderful."
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