CLEARWATER, Fla. -- Family, friends, and loved ones said their final goodbyes to Jordan Belliveau on Saturday. A funeral service, donated by TR Dallas Funeral & Cremation Services, was held at St. John's Missionary Baptist Church in Clearwater. 

The two-year-old's life was celebrated by those closest to him. The funeral had some of his favorite things like balloons and characters from PAW Patrol.

On Sept. 4, his body was found in a wooded area after an Amber Alert went out for his disappearance days earlier. Largo Police say his mother, Charisse Stinson, admitted to killing him. 

Hearts were heavy as people entered the church. 

“When I first heard about Jordan, my heart was crushed," said Delores Atkinson, a local foster mother who felt she needed to attend the service. “It’s a touching situation that nobody feels that we should have to endure, losing a child. "

Friends of the family were inspired by the community coming together for Jordan, and remember him as the happy, lovable baby he was.

"To know that people are out there that still care, to come together, even though it's under these circumstances, it's still great to see we have a community that wants to help," said Ashley Danford, a family friend.