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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.
By Anna LarsonSpouseLink AmbassadorGuest Blogger “I do it myself.” That was the start of a video I watched the other day of my then three-year-old daughter trying to put on her shoes. She had them on the wrong feet and instead of tying the laces, she had proudly...
It’s summertime and the kids are… bored? Bust out the seasonal fun with ideas from MilSpouse blogger, Jaimi Erickson. She shares her top tips on SpouseLink!
Goodbyes are never easy… and may be even more challenging for military kids who have no say in the matter. Blogger Jaimi shares tips for making the final days together last, on SpouseLink.
PCS moves can be an adventure or a hardship for military kids. You can help them make the transition a bit easier with these 5 tips on SpouseLink
Who’s furry, has long ears, and a fluffy tail… and entertains kids in the spring? Major Joe, of course. Hear the tale of how he got the job of Easter Bunny for his Unit’s egg hunt one year, on SpouseLink.
Sometimes, life doesn’t flow smoothly and it can start to stress you out, especially when you’re a military family. Jaimi Erickson shares how she maintains her balance on SpouseLin
Knowing military spouse pregnancy benefits available helps ease the unique burdens MilSpouses face growing their families. Visit SpouseLink for more tips!
Starting Jan. 1, 2022, expectant moms who use TRICARE in the U.S. will have access to a doula and/or lactation consultant under a pilot program being rolled out by the DoD. Get all the details on SpouseLink.
How we remember lost loved ones is an important part of life. Marissa Andrick reflects on her late grandfather’s legacy and how she intends to share it with her children; on SpouseLink.
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