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"Thanks for stopping by! Nice to meet someone so close. I live in Pinehurst, NC and we are only about 2 hours away.
We love our military life and wouldn't change one thing. We appreciate him so much.
"Hello and welcome to MBC! I am not a military wife but was a military sister until my brother was medically discharged. I owe so much to the wives who kept me up to date on my brother's platoons when he was in Kosovo and Iraq. Congratulations…"
"Hey Jessica. I am new to the MW Club but noticed that you are the only other one here at Fort Bragg. My husband is Army Special Forces and we have been here a couple years now. We actually live out in Pinehurst, where I work full time. My husband…"
"Hey there! I am a Mom of 1 girl, 21/2 and just announced that I am finally pregnant with baby #2. My husband is SF Army and we are here at Fort Bragg. We have been in for 10 years now. I new to the club so just wanted to say HI!"
Hi there from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York where you'll find light, witty and rather entertaining articles on every topic imaginable from The Little Black Dress to Making Whoopie. So if you get a chance to kick back and exhale, if only for a brief moment ... come on over and see me some time.
Hello and welcome to MBC! I am not a military wife but was a military sister until my brother was medically discharged. I owe so much to the wives who kept me up to date on my brother's platoons when he was in Kosovo and Iraq. Congratulations on baby 2! I am prego with #3 right now and due in January. And my first, a girl who will be three in September, is also Sophia! Blog is so cute. Just checked it out and I'm following! I am at www.mommywords.com
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