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user banned 3 kids; Portland, Michigan 15675 posts
Mar 8th '13

I've always wondered what it would be like being a soldiers wife.

KayMay♥ 2 kids; Schofield Barracks, Hawaii 9008 posts
Mar 8th '13
Quoting fertile mertile:" I've always wondered what it would be like being a soldiers wife."



interesting... would be a good adjective lol

Z+L+P mommy 3 kids; Henderson, TX, United States 2167 posts
Mar 8th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting KayMay ♥:</b>" yikes when you say it like that it sounds so bad lol. DH will be reenlisting until April 2018 :shock: ... [snip!] ... until April 2018 :shock: He'll have 12 years in at that point. Seems silly to get out but we'll see how things are going lol"</blockquote>



Yeah I talked him into reenlisting because most soldiers get out n can't find work n end up working a min wage job. I said as long as we can get Hawaii reenlist and we got it :) it's almost like your damned if u do damned if u don't. It's not even a guaranteed paycheck anymore after the crap they pulled last year. Next thing to go will be healthcare.

Z+L+P mommy 3 kids; Henderson, TX, United States 2167 posts
Mar 8th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting fertile mertile:</b>" I've always wondered what it would be like being a soldiers wife."</blockquote>



It has its pros and cons for sure...

KayMay♥ 2 kids; Schofield Barracks, Hawaii 9008 posts
Mar 8th '13
Quoting ZanesMommy2011 [10 wks]:" <blockquote><b>Quoting KayMay ♥:</b>" yikes when you say it like that it sounds ... [snip!] ... u don't. It's not even a guaranteed paycheck anymore after the crap they pulled last year. Next thing to go will be healthcare."


yeah, they already raised the copays on prescriptions! And now they're not even letting people reenlist who want to. Luckily DH locked in his contract before the new rules and points program thing. But it's just annoying, and I think it's disgusting that our country is opening screwing over our armed forces. It makes us look weak, and vulnerable. That's one thing we should protect... not only for the troops sake but for our country's sake. Nothing puts a bullseye on us than announcing we're cutting our military, cutting their budget, their training, their weapons, everything that is needed to sustain a strong military. THAT'S what pisses me off more than the actual crap they're pulling. DH wanted to get out instead of reenlisting and I convinced him other wise.. Because it's not a bad option most of the time. But when they opening treat them like they didn't earn any of this it's a little infuriating !!

KayMay♥ 2 kids; Schofield Barracks, Hawaii 9008 posts
Mar 8th '13
Quoting ZanesMommy2011 [10 wks]:" <blockquote><b>Quoting KayMay ♥:</b>" yikes when you say it like that it sounds ... [snip!] ... u don't. It's not even a guaranteed paycheck anymore after the crap they pulled last year. Next thing to go will be healthcare."


Also I just read, they're cutting things like jump pay, language pay... But our government just gave Egypt a $250 million assistance package. I...... don't get it!

Juggernog-aholic 4 kids; 2 angel babies; P, AR, United States 20273 posts
Mar 8th '13
Quoting ZanesMommy2011 [10 wks]:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Juggernog-aholic:</b>" Why is it all the Quizno's around here ... [snip!] ... October dd thread ppl were saying not to eat lunch meat or hot dogs. I'd never heard this til now. I love Quiznos and subway!"


I never heard that until my pregnancy with EJ lol. I ate Quizno's almost every day for lunch when I worked and was pregnant with Luke. It's what I wanted and the only thing that sounded good.



But they heat theirs up. Not sure if that counts as cooking it or not though lol

The Doctor 2 kids; Boulder, CO, United States 60774 posts
Mar 8th '13

Good morning, ladies!



And baby says good morning, too!!



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Juggernog-aholic 4 kids; 2 angel babies; P, AR, United States 20273 posts
Mar 8th '13
Quoting The Doctor:" Good morning, ladies! And baby says good morning, too!! "


Awe!! so cute!!



My bean was moving it's arms too fast to catch it on a picture lol.

tee.air.rah Due January 10; 1 child; California 1185 posts
Mar 8th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting The Doctor:</b>" Good morning, ladies! And baby says good morning, too!! "</blockquote>




Good morning little bean! :)

KayMay♥ 2 kids; Schofield Barracks, Hawaii 9008 posts
Mar 8th '13
Quoting The Doctor:" Good morning, ladies! And baby says good morning, too!! "



Aww that's the way I like to start my mornings!

The Doctor 2 kids; Boulder, CO, United States 60774 posts
Mar 8th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Juggernog-aholic:</b>" Awe!! so cute!! My bean was moving it's arms too fast to catch it on a picture lol."</blockquote>




Haha baby was sleeping when the u/s started... And then woke up and stretched and wiggled for a few minutes, but was not a crazy wiggler like DD was! And for some reason, during the u/s I kept wanting to say he all of a sudden. Haha...



Oh man. So friggin cute though!

Z+L+P mommy 3 kids; Henderson, TX, United States 2167 posts
Mar 8th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting KayMay ♥:</b>" Also I just read, they're cutting things like jump pay, language pay... But our government just gave Egypt a $250 million assistance package. I...... don't get it!"</blockquote>




This is all ridiculous! Makes me so mad!!!

Juggernog-aholic 4 kids; 2 angel babies; P, AR, United States 20273 posts
Mar 8th '13
Quoting The Doctor:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Juggernog-aholic:</b>" Awe!! so cute!! My bean was moving ... [snip!] ... DD was! And for some reason, during the u/s I kept wanting to say he all of a sudden. Haha... Oh man. So friggin cute though!"


That's awesome!



I had never had an ultrasound at this point. I have had them way early (6-7 weeks) and then of course the anatomy scan. So I wasn't expecting to be able to see the baby moving it's arms and legs as much as it was. I was like, in awe lol.

The Doctor 2 kids; Boulder, CO, United States 60774 posts
Mar 8th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Juggernog-aholic:</b>" That's awesome! I had never had an ultrasound at this point. I have had them way early (6-7 weeks) ... [snip!] ... scan. So I wasn't expecting to be able to see the baby moving it's arms and legs as much as it was. I was like, in awe lol."</blockquote>



For some reason, my doc at the beginning of my last pregnancy end ultrasound happy (which was awesome!) haha...



I had one at 9w, 12w,16w,18w, and then I moved. Haha... But I think this is my last one until about 20 weeks this time around.




Eeeee! Was it flipping all over the place or just moving the limbs? :D