Did you know that I also write for The Neighborhood? I mostly contribute posts on various safety topics, but I sometimes write about my experiences as a military spouse.
I’d love for you to check out my two most recent posts on The Neighborhood. Who knows, you may learn something!
Using Technology to Communicate With Deployed Family Members
Gone are the days of solely relying on snail mail to communicate with our loved ones who are deployed. And thank goodness! In this age of instant gratification, waiting weeks to hear back from a deployed spouse or family member would be brutal.
Here’s how you can use technology to communicate with your serviceman while he’s overseas.
Keeping Track of Kids at Large Events
Growing up, I was always overprotective of my little sister. Now that I’m a mother, I’m just as vigilant about my son’s whereabouts in public places. Previously, my husband and I had been able to keep him secure in his stroller on family outings like, for example, to the Iowa State Fair. But now that he’s nearly two, he’ll surely want to walk the grounds with us when we go again this summer.
Whether you’re taking your children to a state fair, an amusement park, or an outdoor concert this summer, here are ways to keep track of your kids at large events so that everyone can feel relaxed and enjoy themselves.