Published On: Nov 08 2011 02:37:12 PM ESTUpdated On: Nov 08 2011 05:45:54 PM EST
Savannah with her cheer bear.
Savannah loved to play softball.
Savavannah's mother, Sheila Coker, with the girl's godmother, Vicki Smith (left).
Savannah with one of her two older brothers.
Savannah meeting Buddy Jewel, who won Nashville Stars, a country music contest similar to American Idol.
You'd never know that 4-year-old Andrew was born with Biliary Atresia, a condition in which bile isn't removed from the liver. Nearly three years ago, Andrew received a transplant of Savannah's liver that allows him to live a near-normal life.
Watching him play, you'd never know Andrew had a life-saving transplant when he was 13 months old.
Andrew climbs, jumps and plays just like any 4-year-old.
Andrew enjoys playing with his family's iPad.
Andrew, with sunglasses on his forehead, and his brother Harrison entertain Mary Baer.
Amy Reese, spokeswoman for LifeQuest Organ Recovery Services, explains how Savannah's liver become key to Andrew living a full life.