This is the heart-warming video which shows two little girls singing a nursery rhyme in memory of their mum who was tragically killed in a car crash.
Katelyn, Jones, agd seven, and sister Alexis, four, wrote their own version to Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star after being told that their mum was now among the stars.
Father to the little singers, Lee Jones worked “behind the scenes” to create the tribute along with the help from his step-son Tyler, aged 11.
Mum-of-three, Laura Jones, died at the age of 29 when her car collided with a heavy goods vehicle in Pegsdon, Beds, last year.
Lee, 37, says he feels making music videos is the best technique for distracting his children on something other than losing their mum.
He said: “It is my wife’s birthday on May 11 and I would love to get as many views and shares by then.
“It would show my children how amazing they have done for her birthday.
“It’s now six months on and I’m trying with our three children to cope in any way that we can.
“The children and I came up with a song about mummy, we made a video and posted it to YouTube.
“My eldest daughter Katelyn checks daily to see how many views we have.
“It is doing really well but I would love to see her smile if it does even better.
“I just want to do I can to make the kids happy.”
Lee, of Leighton Buzzard, had been in a relationship with Laura for the past ten years and married since 2015.
He said: “Her love was unconditional.
“She loved me for who I was and that was enough.
“She kept us all organised and remembered everyone’s birthdays, she was like a walking diary.
“And now suddenly, I’ve gone from being a working dad to being a stay-at-home dad.”
He said the past year had been the most painful especially as his sister had died the year before from a rare blood disorder.
At the time of losing his sister, Lee and Laura had told their children that their auntie has become a star.
He said he was left with no choice but to tell his children ‘Your mummy is a star’.
The family has since built a collection of photographs, memory jars and a catalogue of Laura’s things in order to keep her memory alive.
Making music together has also been a healing hobby for them.
Lee said: “I would recommend anyone in my situation to find something they are passionate about, that takes them away from the pain or helps channel your emotion into something creative.
“A question I get asked a lot is how do I cope.
“People say, ‘If I was in your situation, it would break me.’
“My response is it has broken me but I carry on because I have no choice, I’ve got three children.
“Everybody is capable of being strong when they have to be.
“You’d be surprised what you can do when you have no other choice.”
The video is available online at www.youtube.com/watch?v=OyWEjPNvarQ