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A Homecoming Like No Other…

Well to put it mildly I have been LOVED all over. I have gotten drawings and flowers made out of paper and gotten kisses all over these cheeks and hugs around this neck too numerous to count. Until God put all this love in this heart for these kiddo’s I had no idea what “coming home” meant in quite the same way. I always came home as the daughter or the sister or the friend, but when I stepped these feet through the gate and I heard a two year old Antonio yell “mommy” and watched a 4 year old Francisco lose his face in the smile that came over it as he ran to meet me, and I watched an 11 year old Rudy timidly walk up and bury his face in my tummy as he hugged the stuffins out of me, I knew I’d come home in a completely different way. I came home this time as “mommy.” I LOVE that!!!

Here are a few pictures to show you the beauty of coming home for this girl…I’ll write more soon. For now just know it is good to be back!!


2 responses »

  1. Welcome home mom! Those pictures are adorable, I can’t imagine how much they must have missed you. I’m glad I got to see you while you were in the states!

  2. Yay, I LOVE THAT!! Incidently I love watching you as a Mommy the mostest too 🙂


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