In my younger days, before I was a mom with an endless list of “to do’s” on the daily, I could go shopping on the whim without making any plans.
Category: Military Children
How many times has your military child heard how hard military life is? The truth is, most parents talk more about the hardships than the positives that come with life
Bullies are bad news, but there are many steps parents can take to help their children deal with the situation.
Five years ago, I was shopping around for college scholarships and decided to apply for one from the Corvias Foundation; at that point I was just looking for help paying
It’s that time of year again. Where the days are getting longer and a new summer story begins to erupt. Summer is so simple, it’s a time to enjoy the
In the theme of April’s Month of the Military Child, I want to share six great things about our mil-kids, because frankly, they are just so darn awesome! They have
Orders have arrived. It’s time to do the stuff you forgot to do at your current duty station! Do you rush to visit all of the cool local attractions? Fit
This letter is from an 11-year old, born into the military who has moved 6 times and counting. Who has attended 4 schools, lived in an array of houses with
A common problem when a spouse is on TDY or deployed in child rearing. Solo parenting adds stress since you are now responsible for all aspects of day-to-day life without
Welcome to the neighborhood! Lots of military kids think that living on base is great! But maybe you’ve really never sat down and thought about why. It could be because: