Lance Lambert jumped from planes, helicopters “and anything they told me to” during his paratrooper days. He served two tours of duty in Iraq supporting the 10th Special Forces Group.
But nothing scares Lambert more than the fright he faces every night: fighting through his stutter to read bedtime stories to his 6-year-old daughter, Avery.
“It’s terrifying,” the 29-year-old single father told TODAY.
To demonstrate the struggle, the Army veteran recently recorded himself reading “Aladdin” and posted it to Facebook. It took him more than 11 minutes to get through the book, which he read as …
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