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  1. Thank you, Lenny, for sharing. It is still too hard to imagine your pain. Wishing you and your family the best during this time. <3. I was worried my original comment would be misunderstood.

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  2. My heart just breaks for you and your family, i cant imagine your grief and then have to deal with people going as far as to stealing Noahs toy out of the yard. I hope and pray that you can find peace in your lives as you try to go on without your beautiful Noah

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  3. Hi Lenny,


    Thank you for sharing. God Bless little Noah and your family. I will give my kids an extra strong hug as they run to the bus (usually late) back pack hanging loose tomorrow morning.

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  4. I lost my first husband 14 years ago in a car accident. He was only 27 & we were expecting our first child at the time of his death. I know too well some of the emotions you are feeling. I have since remarried and my “baby” is the same age as all who were taken that day. My husband and I lost our first son together as a premie I can not imagine that I could cope without either of my boys. I feel so much for your family and think of all of you literally every day. Hugs to you as this painful month of December starts. My painful month is August.

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  5. Thanks for sharing, it must be hard for you, l admire your courage and strength. Please give a big hug to Veronique and the girls from all of us. Peace be with you and your family. God bless you and your family. And God bless Noah!

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  6. Thank you for being so transparent in your sharing. Those of us who are sincere in our concern and love and are always thinking and praying for you, I’m sure many will agree, often wonder about where you are at in dealing with all these issues, it warms my heart to hear where you are at. I continue to pray for you all.

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  7. I don’t even know what to say… I wish I had some magical cocktail of words that could make your pain disappear. Love always wins. You and Veronique are together again…. I’m sure that makes Noah happier than anything. God Bless you, always.

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  8. If any good could come from this horror I’m glad you and Veronique are back together.  I’m sure Noah would be happy about that.  Blessings to you and may Noah’s light be the light of Hanukkah for you all.

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  9. I think about your Noah every day . I really hope you don’t mind me asking but I hope and pray that you have signs from him that he is still around you and your family ? I know that he will forever live on on your hearts and Noah’s light,love for his family and his life has touched the hearts of thousands of us around the world and we have also grown to love him In our own special way and we have given him a special place on our hearts to live on and share his light and love with the world , that I feel is Noah’s gift to us all ! We all care so much about your family and love your little man !i just always find myself wishing that Noah lets you know in little ways that he is all around you !

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  10. I’m so sorry for you and Veronique and the girls Lenny. I’m so sorry for Noah that he’s not able to celebrate Hanukkah with you this year. I have not experienced anything remotely close to what you are suffering through but my heart breaks for you. I think of you at some point each day. I look at the stars often at night and think of your little Noah. I can only hope that I will be able to meet him in Heaven some day. “To live in the hearts we leave behind is not to die.” You all have a special place in my heart. ♥

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