Jadens family wants to honor him in a respectful, private and peaceful ceremony, read the GoFundMe appeal. Jadens family and loved ones were grateful to have had him for his short life. The adorable kid whose battered body showed signs of previous beatings loved chocolate, the beach and pretending he was Superman, his relatives said. His favorite color was blue, and Jaden loved running around with his cousins. A memorial for Jordan formed outside his Brooklyn home. (Debbie Egan-Chin/New York Daily News) He was always curious and had a thirst for learning and trying anything he could, which included learning how to open the fridge as soon as he began walking, the GoFundMe page recounted. Jaden was born ... to a big, loving family that fell in love with him long before he opened his big, beautiful eyes. But no family member had yet picked up the boys body five days after his death. The boys dad started his own internet fund-raiser in hopes of giving the boy a proper burial. Guseyn Aliyev, 37, of Brooklyn, was also hoping to raise money for medical expenses from his sons six-day struggle to survive.
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