4 Things to Know About Having a Baby in Germany

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I remember the day we got orders to Germany like it was yesterday. We were so excited, ready to continue our married...

5 Important Things I Learned Growing Up Military

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The dandelion is the official flower of the military child because it can sprout anywhere, goes where the wind takes it, and...

4 Ways to Stage Your Home to Help Raise Independent Kids

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As military families, many of us have been in homes that we wouldn't have chosen for ourselves. These homes may be way...

Are You Ready To Teach Your Teen To Drive? Probably Not.

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We all know the feeling of being a personal chauffeur for our kids. We drive them to practice, to friends' homes, the...

How to Create a Minimalist Wardrobe as a Military Family

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Marie Kondo has made the minimalist lifestyle hip. From her book to her Netflix show, people across the world and working on...

Activities and Educational Apps for Temporary Homeschooling during Coronavirus Quarantine

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Military families around the world are starting to feel the effects of the coronavirus on their families. Some have seen PCS orders...

How to Successfully Garden with Kids

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Once upon a time, growing food was commonplace. During World War II, Victory Gardens were in front yards, windowsills, and pots. Seventy...

The Best Hotels at Liberty Station for a Staycation while Stationed...

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When you think of San Diego, what comes to mind? Palm trees, sandy beaches, and quite possibly Ron Burgundy? (Question mark intended)....

3 Steps to Help You Digitally Declutter Your Life

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Social media and technology have rapidly integrated itself into our lives. In just the last 20 years we have gone from "give...

Is Your Child Ready to Sit in the Front Seat? Probably...

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Picture this: you’re loading up kids into your awesome minivan, counting heads as they all leave the house and making sure the...

Cleaning with Kids: How to Clean With a “Velcro Baby”

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Every mother simultaneously looks forward to and dreads the time when her child grows up and leaves the nest. It’s the cycle...

The Key to Conquering Homesickness as a Nomadic Family

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Not all who wander are lost. We’ve all seen this quote on a poster in a travel agency, or as...

5 Military Spouse Conflict Resolution Tips

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Turn to the chapter on military spouse conflict resolution in your Military Spouse Handbook. Oh wait... there is no handbook to explain...

Does Your Child Have Testing Jitters? Here is How to Help...

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Students of all ages are faced with tests. Standardized tests, unit tests, and tests called assessments. Many students have testing jitters, but...

Overcoming Math Anxiety So Your Kids Don’t Catch It

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Throughout most of the school year, we worry about passing along the flu, stomach bugs, and other yucky conditions to our children...

Holiday Letter to the Mom with Estranged Parents

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The holidays are supposed to be a magical time, but for those with estranged parents and family members, the sight of grandparents...

Worldschooling with The Wild Bradburys: 3 Things to See on a...

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Europe is ripe with history, but to truly experience the sights and sounds of World War II, Germany is the place to...

Tips for Changing Schools Mid-year

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Being the new kid is always a challenge. Changing schools mid-year can present a different set of challenges altogether. Sometimes during mid-year...

Positive Thinking: 5 Ways to Create a Positive Mental Attitude

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When you live the life of a military spouse, it can sometimes feel like you're in a state of constant upheaval, transition,...

6 Tips to Rock a Friendsgiving Feast

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When you are far from home and missing your family, holidays can be hard. Is it even Thanksgiving if you aren't huddled...

Does “Babies in Arms Are Welcome” Always Apply?

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For those of us that have chosen to have children the "Babies in Arms" concept is a constant reminder of our dual...

Worldschooling with The Wild Bradburys: What is Forest School?

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Far removed from the feral Mogli child in the forest stereotype, forest school is an immersion into natural landscapes. In nature, children can...

Teaching Compassion Through Days of Kindness

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It's safe to say that parents want to raise kind, considerate, and compassionate children to grow up to be helpful and contributing...

The Pros Of Procrastination: Yes, They Exist

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Tomorrow: (noun)--a mystical land where 99% of all human productivity, motivation, and achievement is stored. AKA: A place where procrastination thrives. But...

Halloween Costume Ideas and Pro-Tips that Can Help Even the Busiest...

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Here we are. October is in full swing and your kids still don't have their Halloween costumes picked out. The kids have...

How to Care for the Caregiver: Tips from a Coastguardsman

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Cancer. One word from a doctor is all it took to thrust a hardworking Coast Guard pilot trying to finish flight school...

24 Fall Family Camping Essentials

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Cool breezes, falling leaves, and pumpkin spice a-plenty—autumn is in the air! What better way to usher in the season than with...

8 Simple Meals Kids Can Make Independently

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What mom wouldn't love for someone to help with the cooking? But, when given the option of having their own children be...

Where In The World Are We? A World Map Adventure

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“Mom, show me where I was born again please?” my middle child asked me while I was cooking dinner. My two oldest...

5 Ways to Ease the Emotional Burden of Motherhood

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Motherhood is a glorious, exhilarating, and fulfilling journey. It’s also exhausting. When a mother says she’s tired, she’s not really telling the...

5 Family Friendly Fall Break Ideas on the East Coast

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Fall is a beautiful time to be living on the East Coast. When the weather turns cooler, the leaves begin to change...

8 Ridiculously Easy Birthday Party Hacks

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Whether you're a seasoned party planner or a party planning newb, it's always nice to have a couple tricks up your sleeve...

Worldschooling with The Wild Bradburys: Teaching Historical Tragedies to Young Kids

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Throughout Europe, tough subjects are a regular part of life and history. The people walk among the prior execution squares. Sites of...

5 Life-Saving Meal Planning Tips

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Do you find yourself rushing around a few times a week, scrambling to get dinners together for the family? And more often...

6 Ways to Celebrate Your Baby’s 1st Birthday That Aren’t Cake-Smashing

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The adorable props are set, a first birthday candle has been bought, the balloons tied to the mailbox gently sway, and gifts...

7 Ways to Teach Your Child How to Study

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Teaching your child how to study is the most important skill you can give them to carry on throughout their school years....