She discusses the case publicly for the first time to Diane Sawyer.
The mother of an 8-year-old accused of murdering his father and another Arizona man said that her son is a good boy who had no problems with his dad.
"He had a very good relationship with his father. ...You know, they did everything together. He loved his dad," Eryn Bloomfield, who shared custody of the boy with her ex-husband, said in an exclusive interview with "Good Morning America."
The child faces murder charges in the Nov. 5 shooting deaths of his father, Vincent Romero, 29, and Timothy Romans, 39, who was renting a room in the family's two-story home in St. Johns, Ariz. The boy was living with his father and stepmother.
Bloomfield is allowed to visit him for a half-hour each day and two days a week they are allowed physical visits. "We sit in a room and he will come and sit on my lap pretty much the whole time, just hold on to me in that half-hour I get," Bloomfield said. During the other visits, she speaks to her son through a pane of glass.
Bloomfield said she wants those hours to be as normal as possible for her frightened son. "I tell him every day that I love him," she said. "And I don't know how much more I can express that, but I definitely plan on doing that, just to let him know I'm here for him and how much I do love him."