Happy homecoming: Soldier meets daughter for first time
National Guard Specialist Conner Smith was serving in Kuwait when his daughter was born six months ago.
Theo past nine months, National Guard specialist Connor Smith has been holding the steering wheel of a tank in Kuwait, the first thing he got toe hold after landing in Myrtle Beach, his newborn daughter, Liliana. It's also probably the best feeling ever greatest feeling. Liliana was born six months ago, while Connor was still overseas, and he's been faced timing almost every night. Meeting his daughter was especially emotional, given what he and his fiancee, Kristen, have gone through the past few years. I was diagnosed with ovarian failure, and so we thought I was never gonna be able to have Children. They found out Kristen was pregnant just three months or so before Connor was deployed for his first tour overseas. The Corona virus kept Connor from meeting his daughter for an additional two weeks because he had to quarantine in Dallas before coming home. It's way got to order food Way weren't eating defect food anymore, so it wasn't too bad. Operation Welcome Home came to the airport in red, white and blue with American flags and hand to think Connor for his service and make the moment a little more special honors, hoping some of his fellow soldiers get the same treatment when they get back. I didn't think it was gonna be anything like this is gonna be a little little group, but I like it. You like it? Yeah.