A father holding himself responsible for his toddler’s death is the biggest guilt in the world and I do not happen to think of any other sorrow in life than this one.
Giving birth to a child is the happiest moment in the life of a person. Raising the child up with love is the easiest thing to do as they become your lifeline.
But killing them by mistake can there be anything worse than that. Brad Henn, has been living with the same guilt for 5 years now.
Brad Henn was devastated when he found her 21 months old little baby girl crushed under his own truck. His life changed completely.
He was so much in love with her daughter that the incident was not enough for him to let her go. He knew she is dead but he was always stuck on her memory. That is when, a few months after she died, he decided to pay a tribute to the little soul.
This is how it all started. He decorated his house with lights and named it London lights after his daughter London.
It started that year and he had not made any plans of continuing it as a tradition but then it took off. He started doing it each year and it only grew.
Every year, so many visitors come to his house just to see the decoration he has done in order to pay tribute to his daughter. But the decorations has never been the way it was this year.
Brad worked for 200 hours to put up 300,000 lights to decorate his home for London lights. The decoration and the lights appeared very beautiful. It even attracted 50,000 visitors to be counted.
He started off before Thanksgiving so that he could complete it on time. It took him 53 days to finally get done with it.
The incident happened back in 2012 when London was just 21 months old. She was sitting in the back seat in her baby seat, tied up in the harness.
Brad and London were out in his truck to pick his 12 years old son. Before he could know, she unbuttoned her harness and climbed up in the front seat.
He saw what was happening and before he could control anything, she fell out of the truck. He tried to keep a hold on her shirt but she fell off.