The Army's new paternity leave policy gives fathers additional time to be with their Families when a child is born.
One night, a couple of weeks before the end of school, my oldest son said, “Hey, mom, this is the last time you’ll have to pack three lunches.” He said it like he was relieving me of a burden, instead of breaking my heart.
Books for Brats, the first series of picture books for military brats, has partnered with First Book to continue its mission to donate their titles to military families.
Military parents have been relocating their families for years. And while most of the focus is on how the child will fare with making friends and liking their new surroundings, there is additional cause for concern when it comes to academics.
Even the most attentive parents need a babysitter once in a while. Finding someone you can trust so you and your partner can go out on much deserved Friday night date can be a daunting task.
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