"He loved his motorcyles. He loved Power Rangers. He's just my baby. My little chocolate boy," Brown said.
And she reflects on her last interaction with him.
"He'd just bought me a flower a little earlier that day," Brown said.
Jaylen's ordinary day on the playground turned tragic when a driver smashed into him, critically injuring the child. The driver and their whereabouts are unknown.
"If it were an accident, that's one thing. We can respect that, but the fact that you did it and didn't stop makes it all worse," Brown said.
Detectives still look to the public for help, but they're looking at surveillance video from nearby businesses to help
The family issues a plea for the driver to accept the guilt and turn themselves in.
"What were you doing? Were you busy? Messing with the CD player, or just didn't see him?" Brown said.
If the driver doesn't do it, the family believes their faith will bring them peace.
"I don't hold any hatred because I know the Lord is going to get them one day but right now we just want to know," she said.