What does passing the torch mean to us as military spouses? For guest author Heather Barnhill, it means reflecting on what she would have needed all those years ago.
We all loved our trip, it was amazing to feel like a kid again, even our teens said it was the best trip we’ve ever had. Using these tips, I know our next adventure to the happiest place on earth will be another unforgettable adventure.
I am unexpectedly pregnant for the fourth time. My mom has flown to Germany to help with the kids and my due date has passed. I needed a distraction for everyone. Neuschwanstein!
When we think of summer, most of us instantly think of vacation, right? In some cases that might be true. However, let’s be honest, once you’re an adult your “vacation” time dwindles to maybe two weeks.
As school years come to an end, warm weather sets in for many Military families that often means PCS season has begun.
April is the month of the military child and honestly, we’re all making things up as we go. In this Minicast, Sharita talks about her children’s resilience. The thought of resilience can seem buzzworthy and not realistic, but it’s about bouncing forward when facing adversity instead of bouncing back as we learn and grow. Sharita has 5 ways to foster this ability in our children.
You have been told you are like the Dandelion,
Thriving and resilient, no matter where the wind takes you.
And you are, Military Child. You are! You did not choose this life, but you love the people that did.
As you get older, perhaps you resemble the Dandelion a little bit less.
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Does anyone remember as far back as 8th grade? Probably not. It’s one of those years where your body is still changing, you’re trying to block out the embarrassing moments, and just want to make it to high school.
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