KIDNEY transplant lad Bo Cox flaunts his fresh lease of life– with the Star Wars fan branding his new organ Obi-Bo Kenobi.Mum Lucy, 44

, informed how the seven-year-old is fit enough to jump around his bedroom displaying his lightsaber more than 2 months as he recovers following his major operation.

Pleased Bo plays with his Star Wars toy simply 2 months on from his op

And she says her brave boy was quick to label his donated kidney after the Jedi hero played in the sci-fi flicks by Alec Guinness and Ewan McGregor.Delighted Lucy, from

Aboyne, Aberdeenshire, stated: “Even when Bo was recuperating in his healthcare facility bed he was thinking of ways to obtain the medical professionals with his lightsaber.

“He slept clutching his preferred lightsaber every night. It was no surprise actually when he named his kidney Obi-Bo Kenobi.

“Bo has certainly more energy than before.”

The child was rushed into Royal Healthcare facility for Children in Glasgow on Christmas Day for a five hour op after a kidney appeared from a secret donor.Weeks previously The

Scottish Sun released our Choose Bo campaign after the kid contracted fatal E.coli at nursery aged 17 months. Mum Lucy with Bo and The Scottish Sun He ‘d been a completely healthy kid till the bug ravaged his little body and left

him with kidney failure, brain harmed, blind and exceptionally deaf.But the transplant has ended the gruelling dialysis sessions while the many tubes have actually been removed from his

young body leaving Bo to play like other kids his age.Speaking for the very first time about their wonder, Lucy, who now resides in Glasgow’s West End with her only child, recalls: “We were woken by the call just after midnight on Christmas Day early morning.”I felt disbelief, nerves and enjoyment all flooding through me at as soon as.”The fact the call began such an unique day still impresses me.”We were then informed to

come near the hospital at 7.30 am on Christmas early morning. It provided me an opportunity to let

Bo open his presents then offer him the news.”She went on:”Bo had fun with health center staff with his lightsabers all the time, up until he lastly went to sleep around 10pm that night. Bo after being damaged by E.coli at 17 months”

It made it easier to take him to surgery. He appeared rather relaxed.”Cosmetic surgeons were all set to start the fragile transplant at 2am on Boxing Day– with Bo coming

out of the operating theatre at 7.30 am.But Lucy exposes how her cheeky boy soon had personnel in hysterics.She stated:”His very first words when he came round were’exactly what do you need to do

to get a pillow around here?'”He remained in extensive take care of the very first 2 nights, however he was still able to get the nurses running after him, typically to go and collect his Star Wars toys.”However days after the transplant

Bo was hurried back into the operating theatre for emergency bladder treatment. Brave lad had actually undergone routine dialysis His mother said:” Bo was taken back to surgery as there was an issue internally with drainage. But since then he has had the ability to move on with his healing.”

The first six months after a kidney transplant are important as the contributed organ can still be rejected by the body.But Lucy is

positive they are progressing in the best direction.She stated:”The kidney is working actually well and there hasn’t been any more problems. I would hope this suggests the kidney has actually been accepted. “Nevertheless she knows absolutely nothing about the secret organ donor.Lucy added:”There are always two sides to the story– one of elation, and obviously, one of sadness.”It needs to have been an incredibly difficult time for the household of the donor, specifically at Christmas.

” The gift of life is a remarkable act. It needs to be the most unselfish gift of all and I can just thank the household. Brave Bo celebrates

his birthday prior to the op”I understand their grief

however so appreciate their option.”And Lucy insists she wishes to personally thank them one day.She included:”Possibly the loved ones wish to satisfy Bo?”Ideally it might provide them some assurance because Bo is such a
unique boy and if they knew his story I would hope it would provide convenience.”But Lucy confesses the finest part about the transplant is that it’s fin-ally given them wish for the future.She says:”The last couple of years have actually been

so tough for Bo and all of our household.”But suddenly we have choices– even something as little as a holiday that isn’t really interrupted

by dialysis in health center.” We can attempt to imagine a

new life now.I can begin to feel some hope for the future.”Bo playfights with Matt as he recovers in the house And the former workplace supervisor has actually advised all Scots to join the organ donor register to give the 580 others on the transplant list the opportunity of life– simply like Bo.She states: “Without a transplant Bo would have no future.” I understand it is a tough decision, but truly it’s the ideal one to make.” So lots of lives might be assisted in this way. You truly are providing the possibility of life to a lot of others in similar scenarios to Bo.”Schoolboy has a good time with his favourite toys Readers hailed for motion picture toy assistance BO and Lucy

have actually been blown away by messages of support and Star

Wars presents that put in from our readers.TV star John Barrowman likewise asked his fans to get included, with presents getting here from as far as the US.And First Minister Nicola Sturgeon sent out a recover card.Lucy called CHAS’s

Robin Home charity a “lifeline” and hailed the John O’Byrne

Structure for organising private watchings of Star Wars movies.She said: “The assistance has been frustrating. Bo was given so numerous Star Wars toys from your readers.”It was so sort of John to ask his fans to assist out too.”I ‘d likewise like to mention how fantastic the staff have been at the healthcare facility.”The long hours and devotion they provide

to the children is incredible.” We pay for your stories and videos! Do you have a story or video for The Scottish Sun? Email us at scoop@thesun.co.uk or call 0141 420 5200