Can you do it?

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Can you watch this without crying? I've watched it at least 6 times and still cry.

(make sure you stop my music on the side before you push play)

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Becky said...

Nope, and I've seen it twice already. It makes me very excited about having my husband come home to see his daughter - although we'll be the ones crying, not her. She's too young to know to miss him (fortunately)..

So sweet.

Jill Deters said...

Nope, couldn't watch it without crying. What a sweet thing to see. Thanks for sharing.

Jacki said...

I cried... I was trying not too! 18 days is just not long enough, but atleast they still have that!

Thanks for posting it!

Abby*Lane said...

Nope, I'm sobbing. Oh my gosh that's sweet!

Brenna's Mom said...

Nope! I was ok until the "I miss you!" part. So sweet.

The Tranas said...

Nope, I'm teary too. The "I miss you!" part got me as well!

K said...

Nope, I lost it too. So sweet!

Laura said...

yeah, totally cried! so cute!

LoriLu said...

nope, bawling! The I miss you, I love you just sent me over the edge. Thanks for posting this.

Beth Ann said...

Didn't make it through without crying. Anytime I see a video that involves children seeing their parents coming home like that I cry!

LJFredricks said...

My husband saw me open that and he said Oh that one made me cry. Which aided in my crying as I watched it!!

Heidi said...

No way, I'm sitting here bawling!

Ryan and Lydia said...

Crying! So sweet!

Neal, Rachel and Morgan said...

Thanks :)

colesGodmommy said...
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colesGodmommy said...

Hey katie, I've never commented here before (I didn't want to be that weird person you've never met who reads your blog religiously :) haha) but I've been following your story and praying for you along the way!

Anyways my first thought when I read this was "it's only 36 seconds, I can totally not cry!" Nope. Couldn't do it. I cried harder than I thought was possible in such a short time!!

I also wanted to thank you for sharing your story. I am so inspired by you and your faith--definitely made me rethink some things in my life. So I just wanted to say thank you and I'm so glad things are going better for you. Brenham is lucky to have such a wonderful mommy!

sumi said...

It makes me cry too...not only because it is so darn cute and heartwarming, but because it reminds me of another little daddy's girl who used to throw her arms around her daddy and hug him like that when he came home from work every day.

I really miss seeing Jenna and her daddy together. :-(