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I'd say my husband coming home from deployment. We have been through two deployments together but the last our daughter was born. So that homecoming was a lot more special, seeing him hold our daughter and be in awe how much she grew. It was pretty amazing.
Seeing my husband walk up in formation with his company after going through a very rough deployment in Afghanistan. A lot of men were injured and lost their lives during this particular deployment... It was rough on everyone. Seeing/holding my husband, was definitely one of the best moments of my life. My Avatar here is actually from that night.
Deployment for me as well!!Especially the last one when all my kids were old enough to understand. So his homecoming was big because he had 3 kids jumping for joy when they saw him. I was not only proud of the sacrifice my DH made but proud of my kids because of how great they handled the deployment as a whole.
Other than that probably the day we closed on our very first house. We offically became adults with a mortgage!
No deployments here. I'd have to say the first time my husband told me he loved me. Even though he was 35 at the time he'd never fallen in love before and never dated anyone for longer than 6 months. We were only together for three months at that point and it meant the world to me that he was saying those words for the first time ever to me.
One of the best moments of my life is when I graduated Nursing School and the feeling I had walking across that stage seeing my sister in the audience cheering me on...*tear* lol oh lord here go the tears! lol
When my brother moved in with us. I was so happy I cried for days. I wanted to take care of him for so long. However I needed to buy a house first. He moved in the same day we did. That's one day I'll never forget!