Welcome home little man. Here is your family. Here is your home. You are loved beyond your wildest dreams. You have two big sisters who are ready to to teach you how to use the ipad and maybe one day the car. You have a big brother who is dying to get into trouble with you. And let’s not forget your mom and dad. Oh how they cherish you! I know because I saw it. I saw all fo this. I am so happy that this is where you have been placed. These moments are not ones you will be able to recall, but you will hear all about them. Sweet dreams little man. Sweet dreams.
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These two kiddos went nonstop, and I was only too happy to try to keep up. Oh my stars, this was just one morning of fun!
We started off the morning with some books and a light “game” of Chutes and Ladders. Classic, right? But then we went on and moved into the kids’ bedrooms. There we found tents, a much loved Daddy Doll, and out came the capes. Looking at the photos, I can still hear the sound of those bare feet hitting the wooden floor. There was just a small pocket of light in the dark hallway where I could catch the movement of the little girl’s delight in the mask.
Making the most of the morning, we all moved outside to the water table. This little guy with the hose was not going to disappoint. I think it was the highlight of his morning, or maybe it was the popsicle. After some swing time, we got back into the water. There was no shortage of squeals in the big beach ball sprinkler. No need to put bathing suits back on. Go big, or go home.
And what’s not a toddler morning without bubbles and sidewalk chalk?
I was so grateful for the opportunity to capture the magic of these days. My kids are now into sports and Minecraft. I fondly remember these days. They were a lot of work, but boy are they magical.
“Welcome Home Daddy” pretty much sums it up. Mom did a beautiful job preparing her two littles for dad’s first look upon his return. All dressed in our patriotic red, white, and blue all the way down to the shoes! Their 3 year old son knew exactly what we were all waiting for and his excitement was hard to hold back. What might surprise you is that this homecoming was not on a ship but in our very own Lindberg Field Airport with plenty of civilian looky-loos. Their sweet embrace left everyone with smiles and fighting off tears. You’ve gotta love our proud military town.