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Miami Seaquarium Step by Step to Spread Holiday Cheers to the Boys Who Witness the Unconcealable Tragedy – CBS Miami

MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Eight months ago, two boys witnessed an unfathomable tragedy. Their mother, Ayana Singh, 20, was murdered right in front of them at their home in Deerfield Beach.

Now, ahead of the holiday season, the Miami Seaquarium is stepping in to spread some holiday cheer for Clyde and Aaron Gordon.

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The boys, both Miami Herald Wish Book recipients, are ready for an adventure. Their day begins with dolphins and dance parties.

“How many did you feed that dolphin?” CBS4’s Ashley Dyer asked 5-year-old Clyde.

“Twenty!” he exclaimed.

Clyde and his younger brother, Aaron, lost their mother in April.

“She loves hanging out with me. She will take me to the zoo. I love her so much,” Clyde said.

Now, their grandmother, Melissa Gordon, is taking care of the boys as she continues to mourn her daughter’s passing.

“For the past seven months, it has been very busy and very sad. For you guys to do this for us and put a smile on their face, it’s amazing,” she said.

Before the next stop, some Christmas jingle and even more dance moves!

The boys sang “Merry Christmas, fa la la la la, la la la.

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Clyde has a huge personality and loves being shot in front of the camera.

“My best TV face is the one I’m making, a happy face!” he exclaimed.

With happy faces all around, they made their way to see some stingrays and then flamingos.

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Clyde and Aaron Gordon salute some flamingos. (CBS4)

“This is their first Christmas without their mother, so we plan to keep a smile on their face and help brighten them up,” says Melissa.

She said a day simply for fun, free of stress and heartache, was a blessing for her and her grandsons ahead of the holiday.

“My heart smiles. They don’t have a lot of moments like this, so this is a big thing for them,” she said.

Despite the uncertainties and challenges ahead, these boys are beaming with happiness today, kicking off Christmas the right way.

“Merry Christmas!”

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The boys told Dyer that they often enjoy doing activities like this with their mothers. Although it was their first time without her, it was an experience they would remember forever.

https://miami.cbslocal.com/2021/12/15/miami-seaquarium-clyde-aaron-gordon/ Miami Seaquarium Step by Step to Spread Holiday Cheers to the Boys Who Witness the Unconcealable Tragedy – CBS Miami

Huynh Nguyen

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