Kayden Jamal Simpson
Kayden Jamal Simpson, two months old, of Fort Myers, FL, passed away Thursday, November 5, 2020 in Fort Myers. He was born August 15, 2020 in Fort Myers.
Kayden was the literal love of our lives. I was in labor with him for over 24 hours and I struggled to push him out but let me tell you this..I’d do it all over again just to see those big brown eyes stare at me one last time. Ever since Kayden was born he just loved to be loved by anyone who was willing to hold and kiss on him. Once he hit the two month mark, that’s when his personality really started to show. His smile could just light up the whole room no matter what was going on. The night Kayden left us, I just remember holding him and looking at him and he just staring back trying to fight his sleep then he flashed me a little smile before shutting his eyes. If I would’ve known it was his last night with us I would’ve spent more time loving and kissing him. He will always be my papi-Tito/ daddy’s baby. We love and miss you everyday Kayden Jamal. We will be holding a little candle lighting for his three months on the 15th if anyone would like to join please remember to leave all the drama home. This night will be for our beloved son. We are still trying to wrap our heads around this and will appreciate everyone who will be there or if you can’t we appreciate your support from a distance. If you would like to know anymore information please message me or Gabriel. Thank you everyone and a huge thank you to Kayden, Mommy’s and daddy’s little prince.
He is survived by his loving parents, Gabriel Simpson and Lea Richardson of Fort Myers; maternal grandmother, Lydia Rivera of Fort Myers; paternal grandmother, Therese Simpson (Philip) of Fort Myers; godmothers, Desiree Williams of Fort Myers, and Jazmine Mendez of Fort Myers; ; great grandparents, Hermogenes and Maria Rivera of Cape Coral ; uncles, Elijah Rivera of Cape Coral, Benjamin Simpson of Fort Myers, and Noah Simpson of Fort Myers; as well as aunts, Selina Elver of Immokalee,FL, Alexis Simpson of Fort Myers, Moesha Simpson of Fort Myers, Whitney Simpson of Chicago, IL, Hannah Jamnish of Indianapolis, IN, and Alteria Williams of Fort Myers.
No formal services are planned at this time.
Memorial Contributions in memory of Kayden Jamal Simpson are suggested to be delivered to 3546 Avocado Dr. Fort Myers FL, 33901.
Mullins Memorial Funeral Home & Cremation Service, Cape Coral, is entrusted with final care.