He carried this little doll everywhere when Daniel was gone. Worth every penny.
While I know there are endless resources and books for military kiddos, I have tried to focus on resources for the younger ones (since I cannot speak on the effectiveness for any resource geared towards a kid older than 4).
Daddy's Deployed - This adorable website sells books relating to deployment and moving- HOWEVER - they offer the option to personalize the book for your child(ren). Seriously, It's too precious.
Zero to Three - Run by the National Center for Infants, Toddlers, and Families, they have an entire page dedicated to their many Military Family Projects. Between, printables, books and even an APP, Zero to Three has a ton of great resources for your children as they grapple with Military Life.
Daddy Dolls - THIS. Every military kiddo should have one of these. They are absolutely precious. Here is a pic of my son with one while we were waiting for my hubby to get home. The emotions. I can't even.
Military Child Education Coalition - Provides resources for parents and military children. They have a great resource guide that details many different programs for kids!
MOPS -While MOPS is not specifically for military moms, they do have some Military Specific groups. Let me just tell you...MOPS is my favey-fave. It is a great way to meet other moms, share stories, and oh by the way, there is childcare during the meetings so you can fellowship with other moms without the distractions of your littles. It's basically a Stay-At-Home Mom's gold mine.
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