Watching military homecoming videos on Welcomehomeblog.com never gets old… always a great pick-me-up when I need it.
Brian April 10, 2015
It’s been a lay in bed and watch WelcomeHomeBlog.com kinda night!!!
Cassie April 10, 2015
What's not to LIKE about this page. Love it. Thank You
Kathy April 10, 2015
Thank you for all you do here. It means a lot to all of us ☺
Supporting the Troops without the Politics of War. ARI April 10, 2015
Great watching these welcome home blogs ☺
Alan April 10, 2015
Can I just permanently like every post from you guys? Tears of joy everyday thank you.
Steve April 10, 2015
God bless you all for taking this noble cause. God bless our troops.
All American Music April 10, 2015
Welcome Home Blog gets me every time. #cantstopcrying #perfection
Katherine April 10, 2015
I really enjoy these videos!
Karen April 10, 2015
I just wanted to say thank you for doing what you do! You actually posted a video of my son returning home. I look at every one of your videos and love them all. Thanks again for allowing us and others to share in the joy of something so special!
Tracie April 10, 2015
I love watching the surprise coming home videos on WelcomeHomeBlog.com Always makes me cry happy tears... Especially when the soldiers surprise their dogs...
Tina April 10, 2015
Best website in the world.
Jana April 10, 2015
I sat here and watched these videos for over 2 hours it never gets old thank you for making this available to every one. god bless.
Deacon Tom April 10, 2015
OK, this is too much... I am a grown up (dare I say old?) man, been to the army, and seen some things in my life. I see the videos on your site I sob like a little girl.
Yaniv April 10, 2015
I also think of the families that don't get to do a happy reunion because they have lost their loved ones overseas fighting for freedom so that everyone can live in a country with freedom.
Donna April 10, 2015
I absolutely love your site. Yes, I do cry at the end of most of the videos. #MilitaryFamily#AirForceSister
Tiffany April 10, 2015
Hello, I just want to say thank you for sharing my homecoming video! It means so much! Im not sure who submitted it but thank you!! ☺
Megan April 10, 2015
I've been watching many of the videos your site has posted, for the last two hours, and it hasn't gotten boring... The downside is that I haven't touched my homework either, but that's ok. Thanks for what you folks are doing, keep it up... ☺
Victor April 10, 2015
I can't get enough of your blog!!!! ☺
Leslie April 10, 2015
I love this site, I spent one tour in the US Air Force and I watch this blog several times a day. Most of the blogs I have seen several times, And still enjoy them and even cry each time. Thanks
James April 10, 2015
I cut onions everyday i look at this blog. Oh I am at work, no onions here.
Barbara April 10, 2015
I love this page.
Rosita April 10, 2015
Thank you for sharing these beautiful homecomings! This is just amazing to see these men and women go overseas to fight for us and then complete the mission and come home!! They make me cry every time especially the pet ones!
Michelle April 10, 2015
I think everyone should watch one of these videos at the start of their day, EVERY day. : )
Casida April 10, 2015
This is my absolute favorite site!!!
Crystal April 10, 2015
I was having a bad day today but what always cheers me up is seeing our brave soldiers coming home from deployment. You have given me a smile today thank you for making this blog it helps me out a lot when I have a bad day.
Harley April 10, 2015
Hi there even being from South Africa I one day stumbled on your Facebook page and lots of times check if there is new surprises. I still get teary when watching this. Heads up for all of the families who must live for long times without their loved ones. Take care and keep up the good and hard work.
Jolandy April 10, 2015
To the lovely people at WelcomeHomeBlog.com, Thank you for the wonderful videos you put on this site. They held so much hope and meaning for our two sons, (myself included), while my husband was away in Afghanistan. Oceans may divide us, but we military families are more alike than we are different.
Jo-Anna April 10, 2015
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