TODAY anchors reunite with their kids after the Olympics — see the cute pics!

They're back from Pyeongchang, and their families couldn't be happier.
by Laura Ratliff / / Source: TODAY

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Any parents who travel for business inevitably miss their families — and the TODAY team is no exception!

Now that the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang are winding down, Hoda Kotb, Dylan Dreyer, and the rest of the crew have made their way back to New York where kids, spouses, and furry friends were impatiently waiting.

Hoda shared a photo on from the tarmac in South Korea waiting for her plane to take off, and then yesterday, shared this heartwarming photo with daughter Haley Joy and partner Joel Schiffman.

Meanwhile, TODAY's Dylan Dreyer made it home and wasted no time celebrating with husband Brian Fichera and baby Calvin, who turned one in December.

“Mommy's home!” Fichera cheers in the heartwarming video.

We bet Dreyer was likely especially glad to be back at home. She was sidelined with the flu and quarantined in her hotel room shortly after arrival.

And everyone's favorite weatherman, Al Roker, who also helped lead Olympics coverage, had a warm welcome at the airport on Saturday.

His wife, ABC correspondent Deborah Roberts, their son Nicholas and family dog Pepper were there to greet him with big smiles!

Savannah Guthrie shared this sweet post before she left for her post in Pyeongchang. We know she’s loving being back at home with son Charley, 1, and daughter Vale, 3.

Our crew might have spent Valentine’s Day thousands of miles away in South Korea’s freezing temperatures, but their families made sure they didn’t feel alone.

The anchors were treated to an adorable Valentine’s Day surprise from their families: a very special video which included a finger-painting masterpiece from Haley Joy for Hoda and an extra-special song for Savannah from husband Michael Feldman and her two little ones.

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