Your family and friends need you to take a vacation. Actually being on vacation is a choice. Here are 6 Key Tips to Really Enjoying Your Vacation
Even without having a child with autism and a brain tumor, being part of an active duty military family can be stressful. You never know if your coming or going, how long will the military member be home, and when is the next time they are leaving. This is our life!
Take a look at a first hand account of a Marine going through the VA benefits process for retirement
The United States is celebrating its Independence Day, which is also known as the 4th of July. The holiday commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence, declaring independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain. Most people often enjoy this occasion by going out for picnics, having fireworks displays and attending or participating in parades.
The stress of moving is enough to drive anybody crazy. Throw in a little extra activities to plan for, like a child with autism and a past brain tumor and it can multiply the stress level by tenfold. Fear not, From Tumor 2 Autism has a few tips to help you out. Read the latest article for 9 tips on planning your next move with a special needs child!
Our children have been at their grandparents house all week, over 9 hours away. It has been a love hate relationship, as we could always use a few days of … Continue reading Help! What Are We To Do When You Get Some Alone Time?
The first year of marriage is a struggle, especially in a military family. Between moving, training, and deploying, it seems as though there is never enough time to spend with each other.
Life’s challenging, for everyone. There are always lessons to learn, challenges to conquer, and dreams to enlighten. One of the biggest challenges that I have presently, is decided how to choose between a military life and a family life. Make no mistake, there are two different types of life there.
How well do you understand what the military spouse does? They accomplish so much, with so little recognition. So let them know that you do see them, even just a little.
As a battle hardened Marine, I expected that fear was no stranger and had a familiar essence. What I did not anticipate, was that fear is actually wavering, and adapts. You see, I felt as though there was only one true kind of fear.
Since his second brain tumor resection, he has had to attend Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, and Physical Therapy throughout the week. This is on top of 3-5 hours of ABA therapy daily Monday through Friday. Kelli is a busy momma, and she isn’t going out to chase her dreams at the moment because of this.