When A Mother Sold Her Stillborn Baby’s Crib, The Buyer Came Back And Told Her To Look In His Car

When Gerald Kumpula spotted a baby’s crib in a garage sale, he knew he had to have it. But Valerie Watts was still grieving and wasn’t sure she was ready to part with it yet. With a bit of persuasion, however, she eventually agreed. But then Kumpula returned a week later to show the heartbroken mom what he had in his car.

Call it female intuition if you like, but a mother often instinctively knows when something isn’t right with her child. Moreover, it’s a perception that can exist before a baby even enters the world. And this kind of innate awareness was felt by soon-to-be mom Valerie Watts.

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