A RAINBOW shines on the pedestrian bridge overlooking the Logan River where baby Elijah Rainbow Fisher died last month.
Taped to the hand rail is a message which reads "A life that sparkled...Death leaves a heartache no one can heal...Love leaves a memory no one can steal".
Police have charged David Fisher, 38, with murder after he alleged he fell with Elijah in his arms from the six-metre high bridge with 1.2m high railings.
Mr Fisher has been remanded in custody until July 16.
In a series of online blogs mother Lauren Fisher has given a heart-breaking insight into her family's loss.
On June 26, two days after the tragedy, she described the time which had passed as a "marathon likely to last on thousand days".
"I miss my baby. I miss my husband," Mrs Fisher posted.
The mother of four girls said Elijah was the boy she had been waiting for.
Mrs Fisher wrote about the harrowing task of identifying her son's body: "Elijah did not look like himself."
"I'm afraid I may have startled the gentle police officer who needed me to positively identify my son's body when I said I didn't think it was him.
"His strawberry birthmark on the top of his head was gone.
"That, and the two little teeth just poking through Elijah's bottom gum.
"He had only worn those teeth for a day and managed to bite me twice with them."
Mrs Fisher also expressed the hardship for her daughters.
"Not only have I lost my baby boy - my precious son - but our girls have lost their brother and their father," she wrote.
Mrs Fisher asked friends to wear red, her favourite colour, to a celebration of Elijah's life next Saturday.