I agree with Father Chris: it is very important for your family to fully participate in the services. This is extremely hard to do if you do not understand what is being said or chanted. This is not to say that one cannot get a sense of the holy at the all-Slavonic ROCOR church. It is simply critically important to understand the prayers, readings and hymns because they are the primary means to catechize believers. In other words, the OCA church is indeed the better church for your family; certainly for your husband and children, but also for you since you have been away for so long.
Above all, please remember that being Orthodox is not anything like being a Catholic or Protestant; it is a way of life. Being Orthodox should be nothing less than total commitment to being a disciple of our Lord. It means to having an active daily prayer life, observing the Church's cycles of fasting and feasting; doing good deeds; being a life-long learner and teacher (when called for); participating the life of the Parish, and trying to attend all available services--not just Sunday Liturgy. On a deeper level, it means constant struggle against infirmities and sins--as the story goes, falling down and getting up again, over and over again. It is growing in Christ. It is serious business that should be based on the right reasons, even if we are attracted to the Church sometimes for sentimental reasons.