I grieve with him. I can't imagine how the babysitters feel right now--at age 13 and 11, to have to make the hard choices any babysitter has to make in a the event of a fire, and to have to live with that choice for the rest of your life. To be the parents, to have to live with the "what-might-have-beens" and the "if-onlys".
And to have to learn, as Brian talks about, how to go on.
No parent should ever have to bury their child.