LEESBURG, Va. (WUSA) -- It's a Mother's Day a Leesburg mom and her son will never forget. It's the first Mother's Day together since Genoa Allen gave up her son decades ago.
The two were reunited earlier this week.
And today the rest of the family got to meet the oldest son and the newest member of the family.
Allen was 19-years-old when she gave up her two week old son for adoption 41 years ago.
Genoa Allen's family picture has never been complete until now.
"I love you guys so much. I can't stand it."
A few days ago on a bridge in Richmond, Virgina, the birth city of her son Andy Gaad, Allen met her first born again.
A reunion that took 41 years.
Sunday was a rebirth for Andy and his new found family.
Balloons outside of the house say "It's a boy!"
"There are no words to put to this Mother's Day."
Four of his brothers met only a couple of days ago.
So many 'firsts' they have to make up for lost time.
Andy Gaad says, "I had my first basketball game together with my brothers."
They've been apart for all of Andy's life but mom and son have an uncanny connection. Even injuries in the same spot on their elbows.
They both wore blue when they met each other this week.
And they both used the same words to describe their meeting as if "their stomachs jumped into their throat."
Andy, who now lives in Jacksonville, Florida and has an adopted teeanger, regrets not contacting his mother sooner. But they don't dwell on lost years because they all agree this is the way it was suppose to be.
By the way, the two first born son's want to go on the hit reality show The Amazing Race.
On a beautiful day this is the picture perfect they've always yearned for.
Allen says, "My heart explodes when I see them. I love them so much. These are all my sons all 5 of them."