AWN TableTalk: Seasons of Motherhood

Grab a cup of coffee, pull up a chair, and let’s discuss how to do military life together!

Hosts: Crystal Niehoff, Tracy Hargis, and Wendy Baird-Packard

This episode of AWN TableTalk is sponsored by The Breastfeeding Shop! The Breastfeeding Shop makes it easy and convenient to obtain a free breast pump through your insurance company, including Tricare, offers a large selection of breast pumps for moms to choose from, and ships the maximum allowable accessories with every pump. Customer satisfaction is their #1 priority. Visit their website at thebreastfeedingshop.com or call (866) 255-6779 to learn more today!

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About Crystal Niehoff

Owner and "Commander" of AWN, Crystal is married to her best friend, Army Chaplain (LTC) Kevin Niehoff; and is the proud work-at-home mom of Aricka and Seth, two fur babies, and three grown children with families of their own. Previously a child welfare worker, Crystal additionally holds certifications as a doula, and birth and bereavement chaplain. In 2014, she founded Heartstrings Ministries, providing grief support for military families enduring pregnancy loss in any trimester. Her e-book, Dads & Bereavement, can be obtained through StillBirthday. Crystal has written extensively for non-profit organizations, including TFI Family Services, Inc., CASA for Children, Bethany Christian Services, and Rainbow Kids Adoption & Welfare Advocacy, through which she shares her expertise on parenting, foster care, and adoption. Crystal is also a contributing author of From Reveille to Retreat, the Journey of a Lifetime: A Handbook for the Army Chaplain’s Spouse, published by the U.S. Army in 2015. In her not-so-spare time, Crystal enjoys volunteering, researching, traveling, and photography. She and her family currently live in Hawaii, where her husband is stationed at Schofield Barracks.

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