(Being a family member of a military child isn't a prerequisite. Anyone is welcome to honor and thank America's military kids.)
My Daughter, My Precious Baby Girl
- I know you don't remember a whole lot when I was on active duty but I was gone 3 to 5 days a week for a couple years. Then in the guard, well you understand that. So even though I tried to be there and somehow managed a lot I did miss a lot of moments with you. A lot of credit goes to you and your mother for understanding. Without that understanding I would have stopped serving long ago. Now you are serving and I am proud of that. But most of all I am proud of the person you are. Thank YOU for all you have helped me do. I Love You!
- —Guest Keshia Decker
- From your resilience to your vulnerability, I am greatful for who you are and what you do. Even though I take credit for your dashing good looks ;) I can't do anything more than love and cherish the content of your character. You are awesome, you are brave, you are funny, you are kind. You're my Military Kids. If 2 is company and 3 is a crowd, I sure hope this is the 'IN' crowd :) love all three of you dearly! From BA, XA TA
- —Guest SA
- April is the Month of a Military Child. My grandson is one and he's 5 years old and his dad has been in south korea 1 yr, kwuit 1 yr now afaganistain bless his heart. and all the other military children prayer for you all
- —Guest Jeanette
- To the gentle angels that sacrifice so much for your parents to serve our country to keep us free and safe. Bless you all and stay strong little ones!
- —Guest Our Home
You're very brave
- I know 2 young girls whose parent has been deployed for about 6 months now. I am amazed at how they seem to handle it. I know they miss their father but at the same time, they are obviously proud. They do a lot to explain the situation to their classmates and to make their father's duty part of the class' experience -- so they are all in it together. Thank you for sharing and teaching us!
- —Guest Anna