There is something special about companies that support military families. Even more extraordinary are the companies that go above and beyond to make life better for military kids. The story of how Costco and Kids Healthy Foods have gone the extra mile for this Air Force family whose daughter is battling cancer, is enough to make you run to become a Costco member so you too can purchase Kirkland Organic Juice Boxes![Read more…] about Costco and Kids Healthy Foods Impact a Military Child
The 100th day of school sneaks up on you! You get back from winter holidays and all of a sudden your elementary school child will be telling you they need to wear something special to school or bring a collection of 100 items to celebrate the 100th day of school with their class.
If you peruse Pinterest, you will quickly see some incredibly crafty ideas you can make for your child to wear. I’m always impressed with those parents and grandparents who can whip up something amazing that you can tell took so much time and effort.
On the other hand, if you are looking for something quick and easy, there are some simple projects for the 100th day of school as well.[Read more…] about 100th Day of School Easy DIY Mohawk Hat
In honor of National Southern Food day, I wanted to share one of our family’s go-to Southern recipes for sausage balls. They are perfect for any party menu, potluck or to make ahead for a quick breakfast.[Read more…] about Simple Southern Sausage Balls Recipe
Do you have a child who dreams of flying? If your aviation-loving military child will be a rising 7-12th grader this summer, you don’t want to miss the opportunity of a Delta Air Lines scholarship to attend the National Flight Academy.[Read more…] about Military Kids Scholarship for National Flight Academy
Social media is a normal part of life for most kids today. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, and TikTok (and all the other apps I’m not trendy enough to understand or know about) can be a useful tool for military kids who move often. Social media can provide a way to stay connected with friends they’ve left behind.
In today’s crazy world all parents should monitor their children on social media for personal safety, but military families need to take an extra step in safety to ensure their child understands Operational Security (OPSEC).[Read more…] about Operational Security (OPSEC) for Military Kids