Looking for advice, or to share your personal experiences with your kid and the Navy?
If you haven’t done so, click on Sign Up in the top right corner to join. You will be asked for a user name and password.
Hint: Pick your user name carefully, as this is how everyone will know you on the site.
A second screen will ask you specific profile questions. Not all answers are required, but your answers will help other moms get to know you better.
Create your own page by clicking on My Page. Upload photos and videos of your Sailor or Officer. Also, tell us about yourself, your kid and your life.
Hint: We suggest you use a photo of your Sailor or Officer as your avatar, or image/persona for the site.
On My Page, you can start a Blog to share your own stories and experiences. You’ll also be able to read other moms’ blogs.
You can also edit your page’s appearance, add gadgets and more on My Page.
Check out the Members page to see who else has joined this community. You can view other moms' profiles, and even send them a message, or add them as a friend.
Glance through the Forums to answer other Navy moms’ questions, post your own question, share advice or brag about your Sailor to other moms.
Hint: Before opening a new discussion, please view current discussion categories, since your question may already be answered.
Start or join a specialized Group to talk to moms with certain issues and interests. These can be based on where you live, where your Officer is stationed, if he or she is about to graduate from Boot Camp, or other specifics.
Check out the Photos and Videos pages. Here is where you will see all moms’ photos and videos available for everyone to view.
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If you have comments, suggestions or a wish list for this site, please send it to us. (Please keep in mind that Navy For Moms is not run directly by the U.S. Navy.) Direct your Navy-specific questions to the Forums above where Navy moms will post answers or you can send a message directly to the U.S. Navy.
Navy moms are the backbone of this site. Thanks for keeping us strong!