NEW BRAUNFELS, Texas -- Family and friends of Joshua Davis Jr. and the Heidi Search Center gathered for a prayer vigil Monday night. Joshua Davis Jr. disappeared from his New Braunfels home back on February 4, 2011.
'It's every day, living a horrific nightmare, " said Sabrina Benitez, Davis' mother.
Davis was only 18-months-old when he disappeared. He would be three-years-old today. There's still no sign of Davis and no indication of what may have happened that February night.
Davis' parents say they know about the rumors that they somehow may be involved in their son's disappearance.
"How can you say that when there's no information in the case, there's no leads, anything, " said Joshua Davis Sr.
New Braunfels police say Davis' case is still open, but there's no evidence leading investigators to believe he was kidnapped.
Benitez says they believe a family friend is involved in their son's disappearance.
"(They) took him, has knowledge, and has the answers, " said Benitez.
Davis' parents say they haven't spoken to that family friend since the night their son went missing.
They pray for their son's homecoming and the day he'll be able to meet his baby brother, Jeidan, born two weeks after Davis disappeared.