Defining “Homemaker”

Defining “Homemaker”

Last night my husband said, "Did you think we would own a home at 25?" I was surprised that what I said after didn't shock him. I said, "I didn't think I'd ever own a home." It's strange. For a girl who wanted nothing more then to get married, buy a home, and never ever [...]

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DISNEY TIPS W/ A TODDLER

DISNEY TIPS W/ A TODDLER

WE DID IT! I cried as we strolled past the railroad station and into main street; all of my childhood dreams have come true. Anakin has been to Disney parks about ten times now... nine of them were while I was pregnant! Going at 15 months old was the perfect time for him. There were [...]

5 Ways To Help An Infant Transition To A Single Parent

5 Ways To Help An Infant Transition To A Single Parent

  We are now a few weeks into this deployment and I am surprisingly surviving. Even when my husband first mentioned joining the military, all I imagined was raising babies alone. That sounded awful. Welp - here I am! Raising those babies alone, and guess what... IT'S NOT AWFUL! I am actually enjoying the extra [...]

How to Survive the 1st Week of Deployment… w/ an Infant.

How to Survive the 1st Week of Deployment… w/ an Infant.

I often refer back to the heartbeat of what started this blog... It was my first day as a supporter of my (now) husband's career in the military. From boot camp survival guides (as a girlfriend), to long distance relationships as a fiance... to care packages and homecoming signs as a wife, and what to [...]

Supporting Your Spouse During ALS (Airman Leadership School)

Supporting Your Spouse During ALS (Airman Leadership School)

Ahhhh, going back to Anchors & Planes basics today... a new step in the military life. One of my most popular blog series is about Basic Training. After BMT, we headed for Tech, first duty station, multiple deployments, training's, and most recently ALS (Airman Leadership School.) My husband tested out of cycle post-recent deployment, and [...]