I am so honored to be part of Care.com’s interview series for The Month of the Military Child!
You can find my feature by following this link. Here is the introduction to the interview:
When Daddy goes to work and work is a year-long job in Afghanistan, Hallee Bridgeman knows just what to do to help her family get by. From how they manage holidays to how they mark milestones, Bridgeman acknowledges that military children experience a very different upbringing than their civilian counterparts. The Hallee the Homemaker blogger says that being an Army Brat made her stronger, and for her three kids (ages 14, 5 and 3), whose father has spent four years of their lives in a war zone in the National Guard, she hopes for the same. Her trick? Keeping Daddy present in her kids’ daily lives, whether through conversation or even a cardboard cut-out.
The entire series can be found by following this link.
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