It makes me so emotional just writing this post. There is no way to explain the overwhelming joy of military homecomings. Let me tell you, I was on the verge of tears the whole day. Seeing loved ones and families reunited, dads and moms seeing their children for the first time..I was DONE.Chealsea and I ‘met’ through a forum quite a few years ago but never had the opportunity to meet. I felt like I had known her for years and it was amazing to finally be able to meet her and really get to know her. I arrived in VA beach the night before the homecoming so we stayed up late talking about everything under the sun and I felt like we could go on for hours! I may not be apart of a military family anymore but it will always hold such a special place in my heart. There’s absolutely nothing like your military family and its such an amazing feeling knowing you have people to lean on that know exactly what your going through.Chealsea and David are parents to the sweetest twin boys you will ever meet. I couldn’t imagine more of a perfect family and you can just see how much love that they have for each other. They have been through so much together and its amazing to see how strong their family is. Chealsea has to be one of the strongest girl I know. Taking care of one year old twins, school and then find time for herself and everything that comes with life all while her husbands deployed — amazing. David is the absolute most loving husband and father. It was such an amazing feeling watching their family be reunited again.
I wish you guys all the happiness in the world. You all defiantly deserve it and thank you so much David for your service.