I am the wife to my hero who has been a soldier for 19 years. I am the mother of 6 children that are my world. I love to blog about cooking, baking, homeschooling, life with a preemie and PTSD. I love digging into a new Bible study and going on dates with my hero. We have survived 7 deployments and are in our eighth one now. I blog a
Gold Star Fianceehttp://goldstarfiancee.blogspot.com
I am considered a Gold Star Fiancee. My fiance was K.I.A. in Afghanistan on Sept.23.2011. I decided to make this blog because I feel like I will somehow be able to help someone going through the same thing and help them know that they are not alone.
Conni Smith is a Real Life Army Wife who has been such for over 21 years. On MrsMamaHen.com, you'll find posts about Army life and volunteerism, posts about homeschooling and photography. And you will see posts about life wherever the Army sends her family. Currently in Alaska. And lastly, you will find many posts of recipes. The cooking is unpretentious, and meant for the family table.
My Camo Kids: An Army Wife Lifehttp://www.mycamokids.blogspot.com
My husband is Active Duty Army, Infantry, currently deployed to Afghanistan. I'm holding up the home front, with 5 kids ranging in ages from 12 years old to 2 years old it's no small task! We've already been through 2 separate year long-deployments, but saying "See ya later" never gets easier. Come follow our adventures from potty training to pre-teenhood, deployment to reintegration, home birth to international adoption, there is NEVER a dull moment in this house!
A proud Army wife and stay-at-home-mom to 3 amazing children blogging about our everyday life as an Army family. I'm a self-taught cook & baker who loves to read. You'll find funny stories, restaurant reviews, recipes, as well as posts about life with PTSD.
Dandelions and Daffodilshttp://ofdandelionsanddaffodils.blogspot.com
I blog about my Army husband and our here-there-and-everywhere Army life, crafting, the babies I love, situations gone hilariously wrong, and whatever other nonsense strikes my fancy. I rarely know the word "serious" when it comes to blogging.
Girl at Warhttp://girlatwar.blogspot.com
Why the name Girl at War? When I was a contractor in Iraq, I contemplated heavily about writing a book about my life and experiences as a civilian in the Middle East/Southwest Asia during war time--when the war first broke out in 2003. My experiences being a 23 year old, contracted civilian has helped shape who I am and what I want out of life. In addition to the overabundance of shenanigans, I hope that my experiences with life, balancing being an Army wife, love, and writing will help others, if not entertain them :)