• When we marry our service member we have somewhat of an idea that we are accepting and committing to uprooting and replanting our life again and again and again. It was our choice. This sometimes messy change is difficult on us but what about our kids? We pack up our lives saying the final goodbyes, ...
  • When a military spouse hears the word “deployment” many things cross our minds: “What am I going to do while he/she is gone? “Should I work more hours?” “Should I go back to school?” “How will I explain this to the kids?” “What if they don’t make it home safely?” We overthink enough to drive ...
  • Life is complicated and busy enough. Throw in working full time, school, parenting and military life, and it can send anyone into a sheer panic! We aren’t your average family. My family is composed of me, a work-from-home mom; GI Joe, part-time soldier and full-time home health care nurse; the boy, our bright 11-year-old son ...