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Kind Strangers Help Dad Recover Music From Wife Who Died In Childbirth

After his wife died during childbirth, Jared Buhanan-Decker found recordings of her singing that she left behind, but couldn’t access them. That’s when complete strangers stepped up and helped give his son the chance to hear his mom sing him a lullaby. On July 28, Jared wrote on Reddit that he had an “odd request.” In his post, he wrote that his wife, Sharry Buhanan-Decker, had died giving birth to their first baby, James (also known as JJ).
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