Honored Kid

Tyler Cordle

Tyler Cordle Kid Photo


Kootenai, ID, US



Date of Diagnosis

December 2008



Treated At

Nemours - Pensacola/Sacred Heart Hospital

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My Story

Tyler was absolutely the most amazing child in the world. God blessed my husband and I beyond imagination when our beautiful boy was born. He was so happy and sweet, loving and caring. Wise beyond his 3 years. He brightened everyone's day with his infectious smile and personality. I am in complete awe of him every day. To see his pictures and watch videos of him takes my breath away. He is my hero. He was the happiest when he had his best friends "puppy" aka Sam and "baby puppy", when he was playing with his cars or riding his dirt bike (or giving mommy a ride on his dirt bike). He also LOVED riding on the lawn tractor and driving it. He couldn't get enough. He could stay out there for hours! His favorite song was "Big Green Tractor" by Jason Aldean. Every time we got into the truck he would say "I wan hear Tractor." He could listen to it over and over. His favorite movie was "Barnyard". I can't tell you how many times a day, every day he watched it saying "Mommy! Watch! Watch!" while he pointed at the TV screen laughing. He loved singing and dancing with me to the music on his karaoke machine too. He would always have to turn off the lights and make sure the curtains were closed so the room was dark, then he'd dance around me in circles clapping his hands. He loved singing into the microphone too. His favorite song to sing was "Believe" by Brooks and Dunn. We miss our beautiful boy beyond words and our hearts ache every single day. Tyler, we love you more than words can express sweet boy and we miss you beyond comprehension every second of every day.

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