Paxton Norton, Utah 3-year-old with rare genetic condition, was a 'magnet of joy'
"We know that would have happened if it was supposed to," Shannon added. "I remember in (a previous) interview saying, 'We just know that it's God's will that he's here. Otherwise, he wouldn't be. When it's his time to go, we'll know that it's his time too.’ ”
Paxton leaves behind his parents and two older brothers. Dave describes Paxton's legacy as one of love, strength and infectious joy.
"A very special person to our family told us, 'Seldom has one so little and so young touched so many hearts.' That's our Paxton. His ability to touch hearts and touch souls is unmatched to anyone that we know."
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