Prepping your pet is almost as important as getting the nursery ready. Follow these simple steps and your pet and baby will be best friends in no time!
How do you choose whether to live on or off post? Here are some considerations for both options.
If you are moving this Valentine’s Day the most important people for you to butter up are you movers and packers. They are the ones who will be transporting all of your precious cargo. Here are my tips to make sure they treat all of your worldly goods with the care they deserve.
In the spirit of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, I was inspired to share my dreams for military families. It is a new year and a chance for many of us to have a fresh start. My hopes for military families require just a small positive change from us all.
Pregnancy is an exciting time for every family, and sharing that excitement and joy is a bit harder when your spouse is deployed. Luckily, there are many ways to keep your deployed spouse in the know about your growing baby!
Do not get bogged down with the stresses of traveling. I've outlined 12 Christmas travel preparation tips. Remember that this time of year is about giving and recognizing all of the things you have to be joyful for. Cherish this time with your loved ones and family.
Santa is driving a UPS truck this year. Waiting in stores and post office lines this time of year, just to get gifts to friends and family on time, is just not going to happen. Instead, I am completing my entire holiday gift list in my pajamas while sipping hot cocoa.
Hosting a holiday when you already have a bun in the oven? Here are some tips to survive Thanksgiving without going into early labor.
Even the Grinch books his holiday air travel early. Don’t pay too much to travel home this holiday season!
Military children have it harder than many, because they have to be the new kids in school more often. I was recently talking to a mother whose kids could never find their niche in a school where the current students had all known each other their whole lives. In the two years they spent living there, her children never felt like they fit in. How do we keep our children from being the ones sitting alone at lunch?