Being a parent usually consists of worrying too much about your children. Although there are a few bad apples now and then, for the most part, most fathers and mothers would always think about their kids, no matter how old they get or how far way from home they go.
Now imagine having a son or daughter assigned to a war zone. Even if you fully approve and are proud of what they are doing and know that they are capable of taking care of themselves, there will always be a few nagging thoughts to come at you at night.
This is something with which Eitan and Ronit Urman would be too familiar. They are the proud parents of Sgt. Dan Urman who is currently assigned in Afghanistan.
Imagine the emotions that came through this two when their son, surprised them during the Phoenix Coyotes NHL game last Saturday.
The pair though that they were just there for the ceremonial puck drop, but when their son came out into the ice, the overwhelmed father could not contain his joy , and rushed to his son to embrace him in a bear hug that saw the two of them tumble down. The mother followed suit and embraced her child. The three of them conducted the puck drop as a family. How beautiful is that?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M4kw2T9Xm8E&w=560&h=500