Month: March 2016

Explaining Deployment to My Kid Was Nothing Like I Thought It Would Be

EXPLAINING DEPLOYMENT TO OUR MILITARY KIDS

My son knew that Daddy wore the same thing to work every day. My son knew that Daddy works for a long time, some days Dad would come home and my son would already be in bed. My son knew that “daddy is a hero”. But would my son know that Daddy is deploying? Would […]

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Kids Springtime Bucket List

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Rita’s San Diego. All opinions are 100% mine. Spring is here! It means fresh-cut grass, flowers blooming, warmer weather, and (hopefully) a lot more sunshine. For some kids, it’s a great time for more outdoor play and activities. But just what exactly should you […]

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Springtime Activities for Kids

Springtime Activities for Kids

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Rita’s San Diego. All opinions are 100% mine. Spring is almost here! The weather is nicer, the grass is greener, and it’s time to head outside and enjoy the atmosphere with your family. In our house, we practically live outside in our backyard. If […]

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Avoid the Top 10 Resume Mistakes that Military Spouses Make

Top 10 Resume Mistakes that Military Spouses Make

Military spouses know that their resume can look a little funny to an HR manager. With multiple moves or gaps in employments, military spouses have to work harder to get past the first impression of their resume compared to others. A great resume can open a lot of doors, an inferior can easily close one. […]

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12 Activities for Toddler Quiet Time

12 Activities for Toddler Quiet Time

Toddlers are rambunctious little ones full of energy. However, mommy and daddy do have to get some work done to keep things going: clean, dinner, correspondence, etc. If your toddler is out of the nap stage, there are some things that you can have them  do to encourage some safe, independent play. As much as […]

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