Going through constant military tdy's and deployments the last few years has really taken a toll on my youngest child. So, I've been trying to come up with ways to make the constant separations more bearable (no pun intended) and that's
My oldest son and my daughter were lucky enough to go to camp at Miracle Ranch in Washington state to participate in Operation Extreme. Operation Extreme is the camp they offer just for military kids. If you are military and you
Here is a list of 10 great FREE educational websites for kids. http://www.eduplace.com/tales/ - for 3rd grade and up where the kids can write mad-libs of a variety of topics. Shows the kids parts of speech and how to write a
American Wanderer Summer Camp invites military youth, middle and high school-aged (11-17 years old) from across the U.S. to explore our National Parks this summer! They offer unique two-week camp sessions that explore over 34 Parks in Arizona, Colorado, Idaho,
Not long after moving to Vegas I heard about an interesting program for military kids called Horses for Heroes. I decided it would be worth checking out after talking to a gal on the phone about it. So, I got
The Naval Sea Cadet Corps (NSCC) is a federally chartered non-profit civilian youth training organization for young people, ages 13 through graduation from high school, sponsored by the Navy League of the United States (NLUS) and supported by the U.S.
The Operation Purple program was created in 2004 to fill a need identified by military parents to "help us help our kids." The mission of the Operation Purple program is to empower military children and their families to develop and