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Posted by blond305 on April 15, 2014 at 6:11pm 1 Comment

I am new to this site, got accepted into N4M today but not really sure how to navigate. My daughter Sam leaves for BC June 18. Worried,proud and feeling lost at her leaving home. Sam is my youngest and I will have a hard time when she leaves. Any suggestions?

Learning Disabilities

Posted by NovaMom on April 10, 2014 at 11:04pm 2 Comments

My son is a "Depper", due to leave at the end of July.  I was wondering if anyone else has a child with learning disabilites in the Navy.  He's smart, but he learns just a little differently.  He's been working so hard, he must have lost at least 25 pounds in preparation!

Less than a Week to Go!

Posted by Skooter64 on April 4, 2014 at 9:28pm 0 Comments

PIR in six days! I just can't wait to see my sailor (as he will be).  They are wearing blues, not whites. I like that. There is nothing like a son in a great uniform to make a mama proud.  I'm packing extra tissues. I'm pretty sure I'm going to cry a lot of happy tears.

Having a very hard time....too much going on

Posted by KemMomAPR14 on March 30, 2014 at 10:59pm 10 Comments

My son leaves for GLNS in 2 days. i just found out yesterday my only brother (59 y/o) was diagnosed with inoperable cancer. he has gone so downhill in only 2 weeks. talked to our son and he did say he doesn't want bad news while at BC. Totally understand. i just can't stop crying. i need to be strong for our son but i'm having such a hard time holding it together! this has been the worst weekend of my life.

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