An 11-year-old Queensland boy who perished in a Brisbane house fire is being remembered as the personification of love and happiness.
Flames took hold of the Westlake home of 44-year-old Jillian Ginn about midnight on Monday night, forcing her two young daughters, aged 13 and 10, to crawl out of the inferno.
But Ms Ginn's son Edison was trapped and was pulled out by firefighters once emergency crews arrived.
He wasn't able to be revived.
"We literally have nothing but it's nothing compared to losing Edi," Ms Ginn told The Courier-Mail.
"He had the purest heart ... he had a heart that could not manipulate - full of love and happiness."
The year six Jindalee State School student, who was autistic, is being remembered as a compassionate, loving son with a "wicked" sense of humour.
He knew the names of each of the 1000-plus students at his school.
Neighbours have been leaving flowers and cards at the front of the address since the tragedy.
The Logan House Fire Support Network, which does not take in the Westlake area, has stepped in to help raise funds for Ms Ginn and her two daughters, who are staying with friends.
Police are preparing a report for the coroner but say the fire is being treated as non-suspicious.