It’s A Long Trip Alone

It’s a Long Trip Alone: Leaving Breadcrumbs for Others with PPD/PPA If you have read some of my other pieces for AWN, you know that I’m prone to speak on mental health. Even though my children are older compared to the average audience of the babywearing community (babywearing is the name commonly associated with the […]

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Operation Deploy Your Dress

Deploy Your Dresses (And Your Suits)

PCSing has its own set of problems—finding a new home, forwarding mail, helping kids cope with new schools and new friends, waiting on household goods to arrive. But for Yvonne Coombes, a completely unique problem hovered over her recent PCS to Fort Eustis. Along with packing up her family’s typical household goods, Coombes was also […]

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The PCS Itch

PCS season is upon us and I have the PCS itch. My family has officially been at our duty station long enough to watch familiar faces pack up and head off to new adventures. All the houses in my neighborhood are emptying out which means that my neighbors, my people who have become my friends, […]

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