Hutchinson grew his wings on Tuesday, July 23rd, 2019 at Glenwood Regional Medical Center unexpectedly. Our hearts are heavy and broken. The family has been turned upside down and are absolutely shattered. Lord, thank you for giving me this child, this blessing, until you called him home. God blessed us and let us have him nearly 13 months.We are holding on tight to the precious little moments that we had with him. It's difficult to measure the real value of a moment until it's a memory. He is in a better place and is without all those machines hooked up to him. He is RUNNING around and STANDING in God's praises. Hutch was born on June 27, 2018 at St. Francis Medical Center. Hutch was 8 weeks premature, weighing 3 lbs and 9oz. On August 3, 2018, he was transferred to Children's Hospital of New Orleans. He got well enough and came home on December 13, 2018 after all together, 170 DAYS in the hospital; half of his life in the hospital fighting for his life.He was diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder called RYR1. He also had low muscle tone and trachemalacia. He had surgery and had a trach, on a ventilator 24/7, oxygen and also a Gtube feeding tube. He couldn't even swallow his own secretions. Recently he was taken off oxygen and his vent settings were lowered. He was looking at only being on the ventilator for another year. He had progressed so much and was doing everything that the doctors were saying he could never do. Hutchinson is such an inspiration. He was so strong with everything that he has been through and didn't even have an idea that he was different. He was continuing to heal and grow every single day. Hutchinson is such a miracle. He saved my life. He is a true gift from Heaven straight from God's gracious love.Hutchinson was a beautiful soul and found such joy in everything and everyone that he came in contact with. He was always aware of people. He had “flirty eyes” and would chose wisely who got them from him. He loved for us to sing to him. “Head. shoulders, knees and toes.” Hutch loved music and would shake his body to the music. You could always tell when he wanted to be picked up and held by the way he would curl his lips and have his arms raised. Hutchinson loved sitting on the back porch, looking at the trees and watching the dogs run around. He got to touch grass for the first time. His eyes were always looking around at all the new things around him. He was such a happy baby. He had a smile on his face as soon as he woke up. When he hears or sees Mommy, she just gets a look and smile like no one else. He loves kisses from his Momma. He is so smart and very willing to learn new things and he caught on so easy. He was so proud of himself when he did something new. He loved us to read to him and he loved turning the pages for us. He would shake his head yes or no and I know he knew the difference. He was finally sitting up by himself, putting his hands on his knees. He wanted to sit all the time. He loved watching his shows and if you weren't fast enough, he would let you know.He was developing a personality for sure.He was able to talk over his vent and made many sounds. He would smack his lips when it was close to time to eat and found out where his tongue was and would stick it out constantly.We were told that he would not be able to move his arms and legs but he would put his little hands on your face and would point with his fingers all over. He was finally able to wave bye bye. He would reach far for his toys and play with them, banging them together.When it's time to sleep you will find a soft blanket wrapped close to him and it in his mouth. He finally did discovered his tubes and wires. He would end up pulling them off like it was nothing. When it came time to change trach ties, trach and anything else he would get upset and cry, oh his precious cries. He was such a trooper because the tears only lasted a second. Oh the many nights that he wouldn't sleep until 2:00 A.M.; These moments will be cherished. There is a plan and I believe there is a reason for everything.With his infectious smile and his bright blue eyes he left a mark on everyone's heart.Lord, please keep Hutchinson, our guardian angel over us now.Funeral services will be held at 3:00 PM, Saturday, July 27, 2019 in the chapel of Kilpatrick Funeral Home West Monroe. Visitation will be held Saturday, July 27, 2019 from 1:00 PM until 3:00 PM.Hutch is survived by his parents Hailey Bryan and Howard Bryan; grandparents Crystal Fant, Kenneth Fant and Sandra McKay, David and Beverly Bryan; great-grandmother Peggy Malcomb; aunts and uncles Taylor Fant and Brittany Keshner, Hunter Fant and Zoe Booth, David Bryan, Jr., Sarah Blazier and Avery Bryan; cousins Ashlynn and Anderson Fant, Ryder Patterson; many other family members.He is preceded in death by great-grandparents, Thomas W. Fant, Sr and Ruth Fant, Joe Wood and Babo Malcomb.In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Ronald McDonald House, Charities of South Louisiana, 4403 Canal Street, New Orleans,LA 70119.