Holding a baby daughter after a heavy gun is sometimes a far more difficult task as it seems. coming home from the war often means that men have to learn to love again. In spite of facing with terrible memories and problems such as post traumatic stress disorder, these men seem to perform well.

20 Heartwarming Photos of Soldiers Meeting Their Babies for the First Time

Felicia Nicole McCubbins wrote: This is the exact moment I met my daddy. It will be 23 years ago on March 15th, I was born on February 14th, 1991.

Felicia Nicole McCubbins This is the exact moment I met my daddy. It will be 23 years ago on March 15th, I was born on February 14th, 1991. Thank you to Harpers dad. For serving our country even though it meant a huge sacrifice!!!! She will never let you forget how being in your arms is most important to her!!!

Katie Purdy wrote: I did this in November when my marine got home!

Katie Purdy  I did this in November when my marine got home!

Karla Rodriguez wrote: Here’s them meeting for the first time

Karla Rodriguez  Here's them meeting for the first time

Nicole Walters wrote: This was my hand painted homecoming sign

baby waiting for soldier daddy

Karla Rodriguez also wrote: Here’s my daughters homecoming sign for her daddy

Karla Rodriguez  Here's my daughters homecoming sign for her daddy

A touching moment. A U.S. Army soldier meeting his baby for the first time, after returning from Iraq.

A touching moment. A U.S. Army soldier meeting his baby for the first time, after returning from Iraq.

This picture was made two years ago when this US Marine saw his 3-week-old baby daughter for the first time. The young couple found out that they expecting a baby when this young guy was already away with his convoy.

This picture was made two years ago when this US Marine saw his 3-week-old baby daughter for the first time. The young couple found out that they expecting a baby when this young guy was already away with his convoy.

Being almost one year old this little girl has never seen her daddy. When she was born her father was still fighting in Afganistan.

This beautiful little girl is not so lucky than the previous. Being almost one year old she has never seen his daddy yet. When she was born her father was still fighting in Afganistan.

What a contrast. Holding a baby daughter after a heavy gun.

Holding a baby daughter after a heavy gun is sometimes a far more difficult task as it seems. coming home from the war often means that men have to learn to love again. In spite of facing with terrible memories and problems such as post traumatic stress disorder, these men seem to perform well.

Terminal 5 of the International Airport as a delighted Brandon held his son for the first time. First meeting: Sgt Brandon Niles meets his son, Braedo

Terminal 5 of the International Airport as a delighted Brandon held his son for the first time. First meeting: Sgt Brandon Niles meets his son, Braedo

Sailor Stuardo Juarez meets his infant daughter.

Sailor Stuardo Juarez meets his infant daughter.

Sailor Steven Hart meets his infant child.

Sailor Steven Hart meets his infant child.

Specialist Ryan Tremble meets his 9-month-old daughter, Jade.

Specialist Ryan Tremble meets his 9-month-old daughter, Jade.

Chief Petty Officer Tom Cooper meets his 6-week-old son Ethan.

Chief Petty Officer Tom Cooper meets his 6-week-old son Ethan.

Sailor Demontay Blue meets his infant daughter.

Sailor Demontay Blue meets his infant daughter.

PFC Jordan Boswell meets his 9-day-old son Conner.

PFC Jordan Boswell meets his 9-day-old son Conner.

A marine meets his infant son.

A marine meets his infant son.

Sgt. 1st Class Michael Lewis meets his daughter.

Sgt. 1st Class Michael Lewis meets his daughter.

 Sailor Kevin Limbrick meets his newborn daughter.

 Sailor Kevin Limbrick meets his newborn daughter.

Machinist Warren Jack holds his infant daughter.

Machinist Warren Jack holds his infant daughter.

10 comments

  1. After these soldiers brutally murdered so many people in third world countries and massacred babies in Iraq it doesn’t seem fair. Will always remember the Blackwater video of a buttholle “soldier” running over and killing an Iraqi women and her child. You ain’t no heroes and only dumb loser followers believe you are fighting for freedom. These soldiers are ugly killers.

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  2. Soldiers who showed their strong emotions crying when they met their childs either for the first time or returning and holding them so tight and crying..made ME cry. I felt their hearts and could not hold it in myself.
    God Bless these heros. May they never have to go back to war.

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