In my mother language there is a structure using the adverb "impatiently" which is used to show one's enthusiasm to something. E.g. we say:
A wife says her husband in a phone-call:
- I am waiting for your return impatiently.
A mother writes her son who is living abroad in a letter or during a chat:
- I am waiting to see you impatiently.
[These sentences are direct translations from my mother language.]
The only English structure which comes to my mind is "looking forward to doing something", but I'm not sure if it indicates exactly the same message in my question. If it does, please let me know and if not I would appreciate it if someone coud tell me what a native speaker would say in such a situation?