It is a hard concept for Flores to wrap his mind around--celebrating his daughter's birthday, in a cemetery.
He continues, "Parents aren't supposed to outlive their children. Children are supposed to outlive their parents."
Flores says his daughter left this earth too soon, but in celebration of Breanna Camacho's 14th birthday friends and family gathered around her grave site to sing, release balloons in her favorite colors and remember the good times they shared with her.
"She always made me laugh and she always had a beautiful smile on her face," says Flores.
"Everybody that came out came to support her and just show that we love her so much," says Camacho's aunt, Angela Rondot.
From the eldest, to the youngest, they all showed their love for the 14-year-old.
Even her baby sister, as she blows kisses to the person she looked up to.
"She's two years old, almost and she knows where her sister's at. Her growing up, not knowing what i'm going to tell her, it's sad," says Flores.
Family and friends say it was a long day, filled with many conversations they had with Breanna, but Flores leaves his 14-year-old daughter with one last message, "I miss her and if I could take her place I would. She doesn't deserve to be in a cemetary."