Wife Didn't Expect To Hear This When Her Navy Husband Returned From Sea.
A Big Family
Holly and Michael have three kids. Samantha is the eldest. Then there’s Michael Jr. While Lieutenant Lemmons was serving overseas, his wife popped out a baby boy named Hunter Ethan Lemmons. But in a military marriage, the call of duty takes priority. However, Lemmons appreciated that this wasn’t easy for his wife. So, as his ship docked, he knew he had to do something special.
The USS John C. Stennis was finally home, and sadly, Lemmons and some of his crew members had missed the birth of their children while they were deployed. So naturally, everyone was eager to be dismissed, so they could reunite with their families and meet their loved ones and new babies. A reporter at the scene claimed that the crew had waited a long time, but “not for a reunion, but to say their first hello” to their babies.
Among The Crowd
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Once the ship docked at the Naval Station in Bremerton, Washington, Lemmon’s wife spotted her husband from the rest of the crowd. It’s safe to safe that military homecomings always bring a tear to our eyes, but this one was extra special. The reaction Michael Lemmons had as he reunited with his wife and met his new baby boy was absolutely adorable.
USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) (documentary)
Lemmons’ children were the first to spot their father as the officers came to shore. His son, Michael Junior, noticed him right away and shouted, “There he is!” Then, Holly told Samantha, her eldest child, to let him know where she and the new baby were standing. The girl eagerly did what her mother asked and ran over to give her father a hug.
Father And Son
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Lieutenant Michael Lemmons dashed on over to see his wife. He hadn’t seen her in months, so his eyes immediately lit up, and he couldn’t contain his emotions. So, he blurted four words that made his homecoming even more touching. “He’s perfect. Thank you.” He gave his wife a kiss, and she was simply overwhelmed from all the emotions.
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