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Hearing Our Childs Voice

Since April is the Month of the Military Child, I decided to sit down and ask my children what being a military child means to them. I was able to get my 8yr old, 5yr old and 3yr olds perspective on the subject. As I sat down and talked with them individually about being aContinue Reading “Hearing Our Childs Voice”

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Month of the Military Child

  Photo Courtesy: Google Images “I do not believe, and have not believed for quite some time, that there are many issues more important to the future of our armed forces — indeed to the future of our country — than those confronting military children today.”  ~Deborah Mullen, wife of Navy Adm. Mike Mullen, chairmanContinue Reading “Month of the Military Child”

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Will You Give This to My Daddy?

I’m sure most of us have seen this e-mail come through our inbox on several occasions.  It’s a beautiful story and every single time I read it, I get a lump in my throat.  As with most e-mails, I don’t know if it is true or simply a nicely written story meant to stir ourContinue Reading “Will You Give This to My Daddy?”

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Motherly Advice

  I was given so much advice while I was pregnant that I get morning sickness just thinking about it. Most of it was meant well, although most of it was also unsolicited. There were times where I could have sworn I saw a little twinkle in the eyes of mothers passing on their tales,Continue Reading “Motherly Advice”