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I’ll never hear you laugh or get to see you smile.
I’ll never see you take your first steps and fall on your butt.
I’ll never hear you speak your first words like mama.
I’ll never get to see you dress up for your first day of school.
I’ll never get to hear the funny things you might have said.
I’ll never get to bug you like other siblings do every day.
I’ll never get to embarrass you in front of your friends.
I’ll never get to tell them stupid, funny stories about you or show them your baby pictures.
I’ll never have any inside jokes with you.
I’ll never get to see your first girlfriend when you bring home.
I’ll never see how happy you are when you drive your first car.
I’ll never get to see how happy you are when you walk across the stage in your cap and gown and get your diploma.
I’ll never get to see you head off to college.
I’ll never see you get married and watch as you grow into a great young man.
I’ll never see you grow older and be happy with how your life is.
I’ll never get to see your wife have my nieces or nephews.
I’ll never get too see you be a great dad, better than our parents were.
I’ll never get to see how happy you are when you would have got to watch your children grow.
I’ll never watch my nieces or nephews grow older and watch them run around and play.
I’ll never get to take your kids for the night get them hyped up on sugar and all these sweets that their not supposed to have,
Then send them back home so you have to deal with them being crazy.
I’ll never understand why you had to die so young, you were just a baby.
And I will never understand why you were taken from our family, my little brother, Jayden Michael Upton- Moore.