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Posted: 2018-06-12 19:00:29
blog.militaryfamily.org
Back in the day, I went to various day and overnight camps during many summers in my youth. As an only child, with both parents in the military, and living with my grandparents while my mother and father served our country, it was important to all the adults in my life that I have somewhat of a norm...
Posted: 2018-06-07 15:00:24
blog.militaryfamily.org
For a military family with school-aged children, moving and changing schools can feel like flying an airplane blindfolded. An experienced pilot knows the runway is out there somewhere. The pilot trusts skills, instincts and instruments to execute that perfect three-point landing. When it comes to la...
Posted: 2018-06-05 15:00:36
blog.militaryfamily.org
On my return flight home from Boston, I found myself crawling my way off the plane with a case of the flu. I had just returned home from a long week of traveling for work. And little did I know, my day was far from over. I walked through my front door to find my 16-month-old son on a breathing treat...
Posted: 2018-05-31 15:00:02
blog.militaryfamily.org
About 5 years ago, this month, we were packing up for our first PCS in the Army Active Guard and Reserve (AGR) program. My husband had been in the Reserves for several years at that point and was itching to go active duty. Well, the problem was going active duty from the reserves was easier said tha...
Posted: 2018-05-27 13:00:24
blog.militaryfamily.org
When I was first asked to attend the rehearsal for the PBS National Memorial Day concert, I was a little apprehensive. This was my first time attending an event with the intent of sharing my experience in a blog post. Luckily, my husband is a Navy Mass Communication Specialist and has attended many ...