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Sometimes a trip to the playground is a frustrating exercise in attempted adult conversation. Other times, you get some truth bombs laid out that resonates with you long after the […]
Our family is going on week five of the COVID-19 stay-at-home routine. I call it a routine, but it has not in any way come to feel like a new […]
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I remember a time in early motherhood where I was voluntold to work in a children’s class. Voluntold because there was a need and some of that need was a direct […]
Did I have to cook this much before social distancing? I think I did. I cooked dinner every night. We only ate out occasionally. But somehow staying home all day […]
COVID-19 has changed lives across the planet. One of the things I keep seeing all over social media is “We’re all in the same boat!” While I appreciate the sentiment of […]
Even though it happened over two years ago, I can still recall the conversation. Shortly after our cross-country move, my husband and I updated our drivers’ licenses on base. We […]
My husband and I recently finished watching the Netflix series “Bodyguard.” Military moms and spouses: consider this your spoiler alert and also a trigger warning. The plot of “Bodyguard” crucially […]
As military spouses, we are well-practiced in loving and supporting one another from a distance. We have connections in other states and other countries that we don’t see often. But to […]
I am an expectant first-time grandma with a serious case of baby fever. Any time I’m out in public, my eyes are invariably drawn to babies. While standing in a […]