Oh my goodness. Was this for his 6th Birthday last year? To see the signature of the names is heartbreaking. Many of the children who signed his shirt, were in his first grade class as well. God Bless you, Noah.
It say on official website it’s 11-20-06, didn’t he just turn 6 last November?????
Noah was born 11/20/2006 and yes he had just turned 6 years old. I plan on doing something special for Noah’s birthday this year. Will definitely light a candle and release a balloon to Heaven to him at the very least.
It’s sad to know that most of those children are in Heaven with him…..
Yes it’s heartbreaking. I don’t even know how I could cope with it if it were any of my own children. I try to think of them riding on butterflies, flying kites, and having lots of fun in Heaven. I hope to meet them all when its my time and give them bear hugs.
I hope to meet them, too, Jennifer
No words…just tears :’-((
God Bless Noah, and all of his classmates that are in heaven with him. <3
The best thing you can do “IS” imagine. If more people actually did this, they would see gun control in a different light and not something that is being “taken” away from them. (In better terms, being selfish.) I’ve lost a child myself, and it’s a loss I wish upon nobody. For years, and still to this day, I hear, “I can’t imagine….I can’t imagine.” What our country needs to do for the Pozner Family and the 25 other’s is to put ourselves in their position…TO IMAGINE what they face everyday…TO IMAGINE if it were one of our children in that school that Friday morning. The majority, I hope, do. With that majority, I pray things will change in our country as it has in others. We owe it to Noah and his classmates, we owe it to ourselves.
Keri, that is actually what I do: put myself in their place and it just tears me up. Some days, it just takes my breath away…..
I will never forget any of the children lost on that horrible day. God bless them & their familes.
Oh my goodness, this is just gut wrenching. =*(
Now we get to see all of his friends including his teacher. I am glad he got to go to heaven with his best friends
Beautiful Noah and his friends should be at home in the arms of the people that adore them. Will this madness ever end? Our children are more important than anything, and not enough is being done to protect them. Why is common sense gun laws an issue?
This photo is just heartbreaking, thanks for sharing. I recognize most of the names as his classmates who are longer living. Every picture tells a story…
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