By Cathy Byrd
“Mommy, i was a tall baseball player.”
“Yes, you can be a tall baseball participant someday.”
With a glance of exasperation, he stomped his foot and hollered.
“No! i used to be a tall baseball player—tall like Daddy!”
What was once my son attempting to say to me? Did he suggest . . . he couldn’t suggest . . . was once he attempting to inform me that he used to be a grown-up in a prior lifetime?
At the smooth age of 2, baseball prodigy Christian Haupt all started sharing vibrant stories of being a baseball participant within the Twenties and ’30s. From driving cross-country on trains, to his fierce contention with Babe Ruth, Christian defined ancient proof in regards to the lifetime of American hero and baseball legend Lou Gehrig that he couldn't have possibly recognized on the time.
Distraught by means of her son’s uncanny revelations, Christian’s mom, Cathy, launched into a sacred trip of discovery that might shake her ideals to the center and eternally swap her perspectives on lifestyles and death.
In this compelling and heartwarming memoir, Cathy Byrd stocks her extraordinary stories, the teachings she realized as she searched to discover solutions to this nice secret, and a narrative of therapeutic within the lives of those intertwined souls.
The Boy Who Knew Too Much will encourage even the best skeptics to contemplate the prospect that love by no means dies.