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Being a parent is one of the hardest jobs in the world, and it doesn’t come with a paycheck or a guidebook. The life of a MilSpouse parent gets even harder when your servicemember is deployed and you’re responsible for all the decisions that go on in your household. SpouseLink offers the support you need to keep your military family strong, whether you’re together or apart.
There are so many things to do in fall. MilSpouse blogger Jaimi shares her ideas for what to do in your area, and beyond. Check out her tips on SpouseLink.
Seasons look different depending on where you experience them, but your military family can still enjoy them. MilSpouse Amanda shares her tips on SpouseLink.
New location. New school New curriculum. It can all jostle your kids’ ability to keep up in class. Jaimi Erickson shares tips & insights to help them succeed.
Making a move to a new location is a challenge for you and the kids. School systems can be very different. Military Spouse Amanda Huffman weighs in on SpouseLink.
Between extracurricular activities and homework, your family needs to eat well and spend time together when school starts up again. See how Jaimi does it.
What’s the best school option for your kids? Whatever you choose, supporting your kids is the most important part. Amanda Huffman shares her family’s insights.
Thinking of homeschooling your kids? Get smart tips from Anna, a Veteran military spouse and homeschooler who can show you the ropes and how it’s done.
Finding activities to occupy kids on summer break is a challenge, especially with electronic devices around. Get tips to reduce their screen time on SpouseLink.
Missing out on family events when you’re away from home? Military Spouse blogger Jaimi shares how to capture the small moments together on SpouseLink.
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