Soldier Dad Has A Stutter, But His Daughter Helps Him Read A Story To Her

Written by Beatriz Sanchez
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Lance Lambert, 29, reads to her daughter every night before she goes to sleep. Why? ‘Because that’s what dads do,’ he said. However, this is no easy task for him, as he suffers from severe stammer.

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One day he decided to record himself doing so, in hope that others with his same problem find some comfort in knowing they aren’t alone in their struggles.

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In the video, he can be seen working his way through the girl’s favorite story. When he struggles with a word, she intervenes to help him.

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Then, halfway through, she leans over and kisses him, letting him know it’s time for her to fall asleep. By the time he’s done reading, she is already sound asleep.

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In the video, he can be seen working his way through the girl’s favorite story. When he struggles with a word, she intervenes to help him.

Then, halfway through, she leans over and kisses him, letting him know it’s time for her to fall asleep. By the time he’s done reading, she is already sound asleep.

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