Thank you so much for sharing your story. Your strength is so amazing....your son would be proud. Best wishes for the growth of such a worthy cause....your family's dream to grant such wishes is truly inspirational.
Tamara said:January 26, 2011 9:46 am PST
You were so brave Alexander and so was your family. Something like this is never easy and it will change lives permanently. Your parents were brave and did the right thing and I am so happy you all shared some fun time in Hawaii and on the trips that you could take. Our time hear is not guaranteed, and we must live life to the fullest - which you did! You are perhaps now, a baby sea turtle, in spiritual form, and free of pain and disease and free to be happy and to go anywhere you please!
To your parents Alexander: you were all so brave and no words will make the pain go away. Hold dear the memories and smiles and keep your eyes open; one day there will be light dusting of snow shining around you or a warm breeze that embraces you - this is Alexander being near you, he will always be with you.
Shelly Jaques said:January 24, 2011 2:00 pm PST
Little Man was an inspiration to us all and his parents continue to be as well. So happy to see your starting to help families.
Virginia Donoghue said:January 12, 2011 7:59 pm PST
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you so much for sharing Alexander's story. It gave me some comfort to know a little of what to expect.
A very wonderful site and you guys are wonderful people to do this for others. Thinking of you muchly.
Very beautiful website, I think this is an amazing journey you are taking to continue on the legacy of Alexander. He touched so many peoples hearts and embedded his being in our souls. He will never be forgotten. I can't wait to read more...... Love you Tara & Jon.
Tons of hugs and kisses, always and forever from all of us.
Terry Tremblay said:January 5, 2011 11:49 am PST
Congrats on the start of this website. We know that Alexander's ripple of life continues through his parents, family and friends. We are very proud of your strength and determination to help other children and family members through their own journies battling cancer. Mom & Dad (aka Baba & Papa).
Sam said:January 4, 2011 3:57 pm PST
The expression "the apple doesn't fall far from the tree," is so true in this case. Alex, you had the most generous heart and always shared everything with those around you, clearly this was taught by your parents. Tara and Jonathan you are so compassionate to overcome loss and help by easing others' suffering. This foundation I know will go far and be a small part of Alex's boundless legacy.
Murray said:January 3, 2011 8:45 am PST
Alexander \, you are a true hero and I am so glad to see your battle continue as you pay forward the little gifts you received. I am so happy that your parents have started this site to carry on your legacy and help other children who find themselves in your situation through no fault of their own. Blessings.
Jennifer said:January 2, 2011 4:45 pm PST
It looks great I know Alex would be proud
Stacie-Rae said:January 2, 2011 8:46 am PST
Alexander, I knew your parents before they even knew you might come into their lives and change it forever. in doing so, you've touched SO many others. your word has reached far, for a boy who couldnt even talk fully yet!!! your purpose was served and we will carry on for you!