Colby Ryan, 24, penned a touching tribute to the children, whose remains were found last week at Vallow’s husband Chad Daybell’s home in Idaho.
“I don’t even know how to start this,” Colby wrote on his now-private Instagram on Saturday, according to the Post Register. “But to my beautiful, Amazing, sweet angels. The only peace I have is knowing you are in paradise. I’m broken over this.”
He continued, “I have more love for both of you than you could ever know. I miss you both. I love you both. This seems like a nightmare. It seems unreal.”
JJ, 7, and Tylee, 17, vanished in September — but were never reported missing by Daybell or Vallow, prompting a worried family members to reach out to police for a welfare check.
The couple, part of a doomsday cult called Preparing a People which believes in the second coming of Jesus Christ, fled to Hawaii in November, shortly after authorities started asking questions about the missing children.
In January, Colby issued an emotional plea to his mom to turn the kids over after she stopped cooperating in the case.
“You have the power to end this,” he said in a YouTube video.
Vallow was arrested in February and charged with two counts of desertion for failing to turn over the children to authorities.
Daybell was busted last week and pleaded not guilty to two felony charges of concealment of evidence.
Prosecutors hinted that upgraded charges could be imminent.
Daybell and Vallow remain jailed and have court appearances early next month.
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