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PROUD AIR FORCE WIVES

Are you an Air Force spouse? Join here so we can chat about all of our experiences, stories, memories and moments!!!

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INTRODUCTIONS

Started by Megan Ivanek. Last reply by Laura Spurgeon Jan 29. 36 Replies

Well, I saw that some people were kinda introducing themselves below, but I figured it might be easier to see and keep track of everyone if a discussion were started. So fill us in... what's your…Continue

New to military and about to enter motherhood without my hubby

Started by Amber Fountain. Last reply by Meghan Baumgartner Mar 17, 2013. 1 Reply

Hi everyone, I'm new to being a military wife. My husband left for boot camp a few days ago and our first child is due in three weeks. I'm a little nervous because I wont have my husband there with…Continue

New Air Force Wife

Started by Kimberly Gorrell Jan 11, 2013. 0 Replies

Hello my name is Kimberly,  and I have been married almost a year and he has recently joined the AF and is almost finished with his tech school. We were told he's pcsing to Germany mid February and I…Continue

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Comment by kristine anne barrett on September 7, 2010 at 7:21pm
I would say the opposite is true. My daughter potty trained faster than my son. Also, Shannon let me know if you need anything. My bday is the same day as your daughter's. Too bad im not turning 1 lol
Comment by Amy Woodruff on September 7, 2010 at 7:15pm
I am new to the group, we are a small family down in GA. I have a 13yr old, a 3 yrd old and a 4 yr old special needs child who has epilepsy and autism. I am just looking to try and connect with some people who are in the same boat as me and can relate to situations.
Comment by Shannon Marie Bell on August 15, 2010 at 10:59pm
Thank you very much Lori. I hope she has the tooth by the 28th of September.....her 1st Birthday. I was told that potty training boys was a lot easier then training girls, but I am not sure about that yet. It took 4 months for my son to be potty trained....then again his father was the one that trained him.
Comment by Lori Bell on August 15, 2010 at 9:11pm
Hang in there girl. you can do this! I know it's going to be difficult but you have it in you to handle it all. Congrats on your daughter's almost-first-tooth! I'm working on potty training my son. Well, not really...thinking about working on it. :O)
Comment by Shannon Marie Bell on August 15, 2010 at 6:10pm
It was very hard to deal with it. The hardest thing will be that he will not be here for the funeral, but I will. I know it will be hard on us both because she did love all of us. My daughter is getting bigger and she is still working on her first tooth. She has figured out how to stand up on her own and if she holds onto a table or something she can walk around it.
Comment by Lori Bell on August 15, 2010 at 5:14pm
Wow Shannon what an experience. I really like your attitude though...being grateful for the time you've had with him and the time he had with his grandmother. how's your daughter doing?
Comment by Shannon Marie Bell on August 15, 2010 at 1:56pm
Two weeks ago we found out that my husbands grandmother had a massive stroke and I was the one who had to tell my husband that his grandmother was not going to make it. It took us two days to locate him. I was lucky to still be friends with his last NCO from Buckley and she found him with no problems. We were very great-full that he was able to visit her for 3 days and my daughter got to see her daddy before he had to deploy. I am a little sad right now because he had leave at 04:45am this morning. I am lucky to have sad goodbye to him one more time. I know he will be back in May, but I am hoping that he manages to make it back early.......I am only hoping.
Comment by Shannon Marie Bell on July 27, 2010 at 4:53pm
Wow we have lots of wonderful ladies now. I hope we keep getting more. I think it is very neat that we as Air Force wives and all the other military wives have a site that we can trust to have fun and make friends. I do hope to make more friends and get some good advice too. I am still recovering from surgery , but I know that I am getting stronger everyday even thought my husband is on deployment I am here for him and I always will be.
Comment by Alma Brueggeman on July 27, 2010 at 11:01am
Hi ladies. I have been an AF wife for four years and my husband has been active duty for 12 years. We just re enlisted for another 5 years so we are lifers. We have four great children 12, 9, 9 and 7, who are all very involved in sports so they keep me going. I am currently going through my third deployment. Thank you to all of you, your children and your spouses sacrafices! I look forward to getting to know all of you!
Comment by Juana Maceas on July 27, 2010 at 10:12am
Hi all. I'm Juana. I've been an AF wife for 4 years. We have 2 little ones. We're stationed in NM and hope to PCS soon. Even though it's been 4 years, I'm still trying to get used to the routine. I find out new things almost every day because hubby forgets to tell me. :o) Have any of you had to self-educate yourself as far as the military?
 

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