U.S. Captain Borden missed a lot in the seven years he has been serving our country. He was appreciative for being able to come home from his tour in Afghanistan and decided to make it a memorable homecoming for his sons, Jack, 9 and Julius, 7. After surprising them at school, Cpt. Borden told 13abc Action News “…something I wasn’t really prepared for. Emotionally, it was more than I could have imagined.” As much as coming home meant to his boys, Captain Borden will also be receiving a special gift of his own, the gift of being home for the birth of his twin boys.
Solider surprises sons at school, making it home for birth of twins
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