We have good news to share with you on this good Friday.
The child plunged nearly 40 feet, suffering massive head trauma and broken arms and legs, according to CBS Minnesota.
As of Friday afternoon, almost $900,000 has been raised for the child.
Emmanuel Aranda said he was looking for someone to kill on the fateful after several women at the Minnesota mall rejected him for various reasons.
In their statement, the family said, "Our faith in God, and our Savior Jesus, is strong and we are gaining more reason for optimism day by day". His family says he still has "a long road ahead" to recovery.
"We continue our appeal for privacy as we focus on our son and thank you for respecting our wishes", the statement read.
Aranda had three prior incidents of disorderly conduct at the Mall of America, and had one violent episode at a restaurant in Chicago.
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Lovely and warmer weather for the holiday weekend
Good Friday (April 19) will be chilly in New Orleans , but things are expected to warm up for Easter weekend, forecasters said. The overnight mist and fog will burn off and spells of hazy sunshine will develop, especially in the midland and east.
"Just know that we all feel your overwhelming love, prayers and support", the update reads. He is being held in the Hennepin County jail in lieu of $2 million bail. "Thank you so much from all of us and have a blessed Easter weekend".
She asked him if they were in his way and should move but the man picked up the child without a warning and threw him off the balcony. The goal is set at $1 million.
According to a criminal complaint, the boy and his mother were outside the Rain Forest Café when Aranda came up close to them.
Aranda has two past convictions for assaults at the mall, both in 2015, including one in which he threw a glass of water and glass of tea at a woman who refused to buy him something.
A witness tried to keep Aranda from leaving the scene, but he pushed them away and continued running.
He was then ordered to undergo psychological evaluation or treatment following the earlier mall assaults.
Paul Sellers, the public defender appointed to represent Aranda, said his client has been in mental health court before.