Honored Kid


Jordan Kid Photo


Chatham, NJ, US



Date of Diagnosis

November 2009



Treated At

Goryeb Children's Hospital

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My Story

Jordan was the love of our lives. She had big, beautiful eyes and a fantastic smile, though you really had to work to get her to flash it. Jordan loved music and dancing and playing outside with her water table. She was quite skilled at navigating Sesame Street online. Her best friends were Elmo and Dora and Nola (our dog). Jordan had a strong will and spunk that cancer could not take away from her. We miss sharing tortilla chips with her and snuggling with her at night and pretty much everything else. We are honored that we were chosen to be her parents.

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