|Published:||Dec 07, 2010 12:21 AM EST|
|Updated:||Dec 06, 2010 9:21 PM EST|
LEHIGH ACRES, Fla.- "His smile, I think that we will never forget his smile," said Luis Landron, David's father.
The grief is still fresh for the Landron family.
"The best advice I can have for parents is hold onto your kids. Treasure every moment you have with them," said Landron.
One day, David was dressed up for Halloween. The next, he died in the hospital. An autopsy revealed he was shaken to death. Deputies point to his babysitter Maria Corsa-Hernandez.
"We're not angry right now. We're waiting for answers. The answers will come," said Landron.
Until then, the Landron's are focusing on celebrating the infant's short life, and what they learned from him while he was here.
Last week, the family visited his grave site to say a few prayers for the baby who loved to dance, laugh, and watch cartoons. And if he were here right now, his father would tell him this:
"We're going to miss you forever, never going to forget you and I hope you're happy where youre at, and one day I hope we'll get to see you again."
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