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5 Active Ways to Celebrate Your Military Kids

Spring has finally sprung across the U.S. and there‚Äôs no better time to celebrate our military children with the Month of the Military Child. The nicer weather brings ample opportunities to get outside and be active as a family. Since military kids must often deal with separation from a parent, finding fun ways to beContinue Reading “5 Active Ways to Celebrate Your Military Kids”

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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”