Jodie Sweetin shares a sweet photo of her two young daughters. They have her smiling eyes

Claudine Varela
Apr 03, 2018
02:23 A.M.
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The 'Full House' star eagerly snaps a photo with her two girls after being away for two weeks due to work. 


Jodie Sweetin missed her daughters so much after spending two weeks away from them to shoot her latest Hallmark movie. Naturally, when she arrived back home, she was more than eager to be with her girls and even marked the moment with a sweet photo of their reunion on Instagram

Sandwiched between her two girls, Bea and Zoie, Jodie smiled for their selfie as her girls likewise displayed their smiling eyes identical to their mother’s. In her caption, the ‘Full House’ star excitedly wrote,

“Back home with my girls!!Best feeling ever!! #momlife”


It’s been thirteen days since the 36-year-old actress last saw her children as she was busy filming the Hallmark TV movie ‘Love Under the Rainbow” in Vancouver.  

Since flying to the Canadian city, Jodie has been updating her followers on Instagram regarding her days there. Warmly dressed in a furry coat with a hoodie, Jodie posted a photo of herself ready to jet to Canada on March 3.  


She later snapped a photo of Soul Cycle in Canada where she apparently worked out “to balance out all the amazing food” she planned on eating as she mentioned in her caption. 

A week later, she shared a photo enjoying a sunny day with her ‘Full House’ co-star Lori Loughlin and Erin Krakow. 


During breaks from shoots, Jodie would also keep fans in the loop.  She posted a photo as she was being prepped by a hair stylist and while getting ready for a scene inside the car where she said “three actors, a camera operator, a director and a giant camera” were set to go on a road trip with her.  


Finally, she thanked her co-stars David Haydn Jones and Dakota Guppy towards the end of their shoot for the fun she had with them in Vancouver and posted a photo of the three of them behind the scenes. 

Though she clearly had a grand time in Vancouver, Jodie was all too happy to get back home and be with her girls.