Military mom holds toddler in her arms again
Toddler's Reaction To Mom Returning After Her 3-Week Cancer Treatment Will Make You Cry All Your Tears
If you don't have a tissue box nearby, find one because this precious video is sure to bring on the waterworks. Laura Martancik, from Connecticut, recently returned home to her 2-year-old son, James, after undergoing an intense, 3-week chemotherapy session. Laura's sister taped the reunion, which has to be one of the most heartwarming moments ever caught on camera.
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Martancik was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma in July 2013. Although previously in remission, her cancer returned this past September. The news meant she and her son had to move from their home in Hawaii back to Connecticut, where she would get treated and undergo a stem cell transplant at Yale Cancer Center. The 3-week stay at the hospital, while away from her son, was "brutal," she told theHuffington Post.
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When Martancik finally came back home to her son, James's reaction was magical. The minute-long video starts with him embracing her, as he smiles from ear to ear. He then slips from her arms just to run back to her again. The precious exchange happens a few times more. "What did I tell you? Mommy always comes back!" she says to her son.
Martancik spoke recently spoke to Today.com about the video, which instantly went viral. "There's no describing it. It's the best feeling in the world.
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