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Monthly Archives: April 2013
We Love Goldfish!
Pepperidge Farm is a company that cares about military families. In perfect timing for the month of the military child, to honor those who serve in the U.S. Armed Forces and their families, the Pepperidge Farm® Goldfish® brand announced a … Continue reading
The Uncertainty Continues
I’ve written about the uncertainty of the military career path on more than one occasion in the past and I’ve been drafting posts about it in my head over the past few weeks because Horatio is about to graduate from … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged job search, jobs, military, military family, military promotion, navy captain, navy career, navy family, parenting, uncertainty Leave a comment
Touro University Worldwide Recognizes Financial Literacy Awareness Month: It’s Time To Better Control Your Money With Budgeting 101 Guest Post While most of us look at April as the time to begin our spring cleaning, it is also Financial Literacy … Continue reading
Peas of Mind
Peas of Mind, the health food for kids company, featured our family on their site today! Show them your love! You can find them in commissaries now! The Peas Perspective
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged deals at commissaries, healthy food for kids, military families, Peas of Mind Leave a comment
Here’s a book my youngest wrote at preschool yesterday. He did the illustrations and dictated to his teacher. I believe he is ready to follow in my footsteps!
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Daddy Dolls, dealing with deployment, dependents, deployment, Flat Daddies, Hug a Hero, Jill Biden, joining forces, michelle obama, military, military blog, military blogs, military child, military families, military family, military family blog, military kids, military spouse, Navy, navy wife, parade magazine, parenting, post deployment, single mom, single parenting, US Navy 2 Comments
Wounded Veterans Eligible for Free Adjustable Beds
More than 50,000 Americans have been combat-wounded in Iraq or Afghanistan since 2001. According to Defense Department accounting, more than 16,000 of those injured have been classified as severely wounded and of those more than 1,600 have had limb amputations. … Continue reading
Posted in Giveaway Tagged adjustable beds, free bed, free for troops, sleep system, troops, wounded warriors 26 Comments
How to Effectively Study with Children
Guest Post: By Shavonne Ruffin Faculty Member, Child and Family Development at American Public University Being a successful college student is a challenge. Adding children to the equation can make the challenge even greater. Many parents who return back to … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged kids, military, military child, study, study habits, study routines 1 Comment
What will your “Emotional Will” be to your children?
The following is a guest post from http://www.passed-on.com When Marc Oparq, 32-year-old Dutch entrepreneur and father of two, boarded a plane with his wife toward a sunny vacation getaway, they were expecting a relaxing journey consisting of much-needed sleep and … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged emotional will, families, living will, passed-on.com, passedon, will, writing a will 1 Comment