A 4-yr-old lost a tie-dyed Build-A-Bear that had a recording of her dead mother’s heartbeat. She’s now asking for help finding it.

A 4-year-old girl in Tennessee is looking for a Build-A-Bear that was unintentionally given to Goodwill.

According to a Facebook message, the tie-dyed teddy bear is very emotional, containing a recording of her late mother’s pulse.

4-17-23 UPDATE: We have been in contact with the father of this little girl and he wants to thank everyone for trying to…

Posted by The Big ONE 106.3 FM WRIL on Saturday, 15 April 2023

According to the message, the bear is the only item the young girl has left from her mother. She is requesting that anybody who has seen it return it to the Goodwill in Tazewell, Tennessee.

Build-A-Bear teddy bears, some of which can record noises, are frequently used to remember loved ones.

A local news station in San Antonio stated that in 2021, nurses at a Texas hospital gave the three children of a woman who died with COVID-19 Build-A-Bears containing a recording of their mother’s heartbeat, which was caught on an EKG monitor before she died.

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