OXSANA & PETER.   "I was outside crying one night and Peter noticed. He left for a few minutes and came back with leftover birthday candles. He put them in a little tealight cup with dirt, lit them up and came up and gave me a big hug, sat down next to me and started telling me, “Mom, please don’t cry. He is okay. Nicholas is okay. He’s an angel now. He can fly. He is, he’s okay, you know.”

OXSANA & PETER. "I was outside crying one night and Peter noticed. He left for a few minutes and came back with leftover birthday candles. He put them in a little tealight cup with dirt, lit them up and came up and gave me a big hug, sat down next to me and started telling me, “Mom, please don’t cry. He is okay. Nicholas is okay. He’s an angel now. He can fly. He is, he’s okay, you know.”

  DARCHEL.   In suburban Las Vegas, Darchel often goes into her daughter Brooklynn's room when she wants to feel connected. Brooklynn, who was taught gun safety from a young age, was killed by an unsecured gun at the home of a friend.

DARCHEL. In suburban Las Vegas, Darchel often goes into her daughter Brooklynn's room when she wants to feel connected. Brooklynn, who was taught gun safety from a young age, was killed by an unsecured gun at the home of a friend.

  OXSANA & PETER.   "I was outside crying one night and Peter noticed. He left for a few minutes and came back with leftover birthday candles. He put them in a little tealight cup with dirt, lit them up and came up and gave me a big hug, sat down next to me and started telling me, “Mom, please don’t cry. He is okay. Nicholas is okay. He’s an angel now. He can fly. He is, he’s okay, you know.”
  DARCHEL.   In suburban Las Vegas, Darchel often goes into her daughter Brooklynn's room when she wants to feel connected. Brooklynn, who was taught gun safety from a young age, was killed by an unsecured gun at the home of a friend.

OXSANA & PETER. "I was outside crying one night and Peter noticed. He left for a few minutes and came back with leftover birthday candles. He put them in a little tealight cup with dirt, lit them up and came up and gave me a big hug, sat down next to me and started telling me, “Mom, please don’t cry. He is okay. Nicholas is okay. He’s an angel now. He can fly. He is, he’s okay, you know.”

DARCHEL. In suburban Las Vegas, Darchel often goes into her daughter Brooklynn's room when she wants to feel connected. Brooklynn, who was taught gun safety from a young age, was killed by an unsecured gun at the home of a friend.

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