In the days following her son's death, Watts held a garage sell that attracted a local craftsman named Gerald Kumpula who was interested in buying Watts' crib. Despite Watt's initial hesitance in parting with the crib she sold it to Kumpula and told him and his wife the story of her lost son. Little did Watts know, Kumpula set to work on her crib, but not for the reason she'd initially expected. What happens next is too beautiful for words.
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