Hello everyone ,

Sorry I haven’t updated Tyler’s page in a while. This computer is so old,  I think  over 10 years, and it doesn’t want to work.

First I want to say that I am praying for all the families who don’t have their loved ones with them for Christmas.  God be with them. Oh, how they are hurting. I cannot imagine the pain the moms and dads in Newtown are feeling.  God, please guide them; wrap your arms around them and comfort them as we celebrate the birth of Jesus.

Tyler is still having pain in both legs, and he’ll have to go to a pain management clinic for his jaw. He’s a strong little boy. Tyler has lost some weight. He’s already so skinny. He takes pain medication every day.

Tyler had  a visitor come to meet him and his brothers from the Cancer Society. Mr. Wilkins, we enjoyed your visit  and are so glad that you got to meet our family. God places people in Tyler’s life for a reason. Mr. Wilkins said he has some surprises for Tyler. Will post about that later.

I want to thank each of you for all your love and support of Tyler and our family. We made the trip to Charleston and picked up Santa toys for the boys from the Charleston Elves.

We are so grateful to Courageous Kids for putting our kids on their list. Their kindness was overwhelming, and they made a lot of families happy.  Our kids will  have a wonderful Christmas because you all cared.

Merry Christmas and God bless.

Also, I want to thank everyone for their donations. I know in my heart that God has placed you all in Tyler’s life. You  are his angels. God has  blessed us. It all will be used on Christmas or put in Tyler’s account for his upcoming surgery. God hears your prayers.

Tyler loves all the cards and letters from the children.

I hope that each of you have a wonderful Christmas and that God spreads many blessings your way. You are our family in Jesus Christ and we love you all. Once again, no matter how you have helped, we thank you.

Tyler’s journey is not over, but I know that he will be okay because I have so much faith. God has been with us through 9 years. I will keep my faith and know that God is in control.

Once again, thanks for always being here for Tyler and our family. We love you all so much. Please kiss your kids, because you don’t know what tomorrow may bring.

And say an extra prayer for all the families at Newtown who lost their kids.

Also, thanks to Katie McRae, a little girl who was diagnosed with a brain tumor at age five. Thanks for all the gift cards. What a surprise this was! One of gods little angels: http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/mcraekate/mystory.

I will post Christmas pictures soon. Merry Christmas everyone. Donations can be made at:

Pay-pal   or or mailed to:

Tyler Tucker c/o Darlene Cox

PO Box 14386

Greenville, SC 29610

Froggin’    (f.r.o.g. – fully rely on god)






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