Country singer Granger Smith and his wife Amber shared their life stories. As well as details about the tragic accident that killed her 3-year-old son River earlier this month.
The couple told the fans the news that their son had died in an accidental drowning in their home in Texas. He thanked the first responders for their swift action, but found that the doctors could not revive him.
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"Amber and I Made the Decision We say goodbye for the last time and donate his organs to give other children a second chance in life," he wrote on Instagram. "Our family is devastated and heartbroken, but we console ourselves with knowing that he is with his Heavenly Father."
In a YouTube video that the couple posted on Wednesday, Granger gave an insight into the events of this tragic day. The hit singer "Backroad Song" says he did gymnastics with his 7-year-old daughter, London, when his sons River and Lincoln Monarch, 5, played with water pistols. He remembers that he thought he should "absorb this moment because he will not last."
The star said he performed a CPR on her pool just minutes later.
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The couple said that they seek solace in their faith, and Granger explained that "God gave us three years of flow and that this was his mission "
" I do not think God takes anyone too soon. I think he was brought to Earth for just that time, "he said.
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The couple says that it helps them to look at the death of their son through the lens of faith in order to deal with it. They also say that their relationship with the unbelievably sad event is getting stronger and stronger.
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"We are stronger than ever. We have come so close, "said Granger," We will constantly search for meaning [behind the accident] not for the reason that we will not be entangled in the cause, because we will never know, but we will find the good. "