People think that army, Air Force and navy kids have it easy with all the extra comfort they get and the cool parents in most cases they have, but the real case is not quite so. They have to face harsh separation, their parents stay away from them for very long times. They do not enjoy the basic connection that you have with your parents. They have to wait for the days when their parent comes back and gets the time to spend with them. It's so disturbing that they cannot have the same happy lives just because people can't decide peace. Here is one such story of the sad separation and the sweet reunion.
Member was deployed to Afghanistan in 2009. For this, he obviously had to leave his family behind. The family which is your support system for you and you for them. He had to also leave behind an unborn baby that he longed to see for so long.
Born without her father, she hadn't seen him until she was of four months. After nine months of being deployed, he went to see his daughter for the first time. The whole preparation is so happy and Ryan Southwell captures this beautiful moment of their lives.
Reunions are always wonderful, you meet the person you love after such a long time that all the feelings of happiness and joy start to burst out. The reunion is all hugs and kisses and your missing going away when you see the face of the person you love after such a long time.
The moment he was waiting for such a long time, the moment that he would get to hold his little baby for the very first time, his little child he wanted to meet for such a long time but couldn't even meet her.
Reunions are always happy and also sad. You remember your family and you meet your family you've missed for so long. The feeling is so complex that you cannot explain it in words at all. At the reunion were also his parents who greeted him with tears in their eyes.
You get back home after so long, the thing you're so comfortable with, the surroundings you know so well that you can even keep your eyes closed and do the thing you want to exactly. This soldier gets a grand welcome, where the town gathers together to thank him and welcome him.
"Somebody told me that this is the place where everything's better and everything's safe" this is where my home is. And when you go back after so long you tend to be happy and togetherness brings you happiness.