Mom Breaks Down After Daughter Gives Her A Teddy Bear With Late Husband's Laugh Built-In

Published August 4, 2017 69,823 Views

One of the hardest times you might have to go through in your life is losing a loved one, someone very close to you. When you lose a loved one, it’s the little things you miss the most: the hugs, the smiles, the laughter. You miss being around them and having them in your life. That is why when Paola Lopez’s mom, Danira Quijada, recently celebrated her birthday after losing her husband to cancer, her thoughtful daughter knew exactly what to get her mother.

It must be hard to smile after something as tragic as death occurs, but this gift brightened up Danira’s face instantly. When she started to open the box, she had no clue what was inside. As soon as she opens the box, her kids tell her to press on the teddy bear. The sound of her late husband’s laughter comes out of the bear. How amazing is this gift?

Immediately, she starts to cry. This is an emotional time for her, but she is now able to keep this bear close to her heart to listen to her late husbands laugh anytime she wants. Such an emotional video. Have you ever given someone a gift that has made them sensitive? Let us know in the comment section down below. Check out this video of a daughter giving her mother a gift she will never forget.

“Happy birthday to the strongest woman I’ve ever met. . . this world needs more people like you!” Lopez wrote, praising her mother’s strength and resilience in a time of grief. All those who have watched the video say that they have been impacted by it.

That’s a beautiful gift. It’s something she can hold close to her. She can hear his laugh anytime with that teddy bear. Sweet. It will remind her of her husband every day, and she can hear his laugh every day. Losing someone you love can be really difficult to cope with and sometimes presents like this can make the person will the presence of the lost one and can make them happy again.

The best way to move on with your life is to accept your feelings, talk about it with your family, make sure you spend time with them and always remember to the lives of your loved ones who are still with you. It will take time, but getting through those steps will make you feel better.

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