If you feel like having a good, heartfelt cry – watch this video.
This video shows parents, Jennifer and James Murray Grover, welcoming home their adopted sons from the Democratic Republic of Congo.
What makes this so heartwarming is they adopted them in 2012 but unfortunately their reunion was delayed for three long years while they waited for the boys’ visas to be approved.
But then there was a ban placed on adoptions from that country, which led to a long wait from Joseph and Bronson to get home.
The two boys remained in their orphanage, suffering Malaria, little food and no running water for three years.
They came home earlier this month and the reunion they shared brought tears to our eyes.
She captioned the video, posted to her Facebook page: “In 2012 (yes, you read that correctly…2012), we started the adoption process to bring home our two precious sons from the Democratic Republic of Congo. March 1, 2016 11:45pm…”
The couple welcome their two sons to the family that includes six other children: Emily, 19, Brianna, 17, Joshua 16, Lauren, 14, Jeffrey, 12 and Michael, also 12. Sadly another of their sons, Jacob passed away in 2013.