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Anyone’s husband, son or daughter leaving to ship out for BC this date or close to it? My husband leaves for the hotel this day! Our two year old is going to miss him dearly!! Would love to connect with any other families with same or close dates???

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Check out this book to help the little ones follow along with what Daddy is doing during bootcamp:

Thank you! I’ve seen this before but wasn’t sure what age range it really was for. Have you read it yourself? Is it a good book for toddlers?
NukeWife, My son leaves this Tuesday the 28 from NJ. Our family is feeling sad already. I hope your child will be okay. I will be thinking of you this week.

AddieG, I left info for you on your My Page.

My son just shipped from Tulsa

Sapphire, I left info for you on your My Page.

Would love to stay in touch with you guys!
My future sailor just left from Texas today, hasn’t sunk in yet. Waiting on phone call
Keeping all in our prayers
I got my call 2 hours ago. The sweetest voice for 5 seconds. I hope u get your call soon
I got my phone call around 11 PM (10pm) in Chicago. It was literally just as long as yours! I didn’t even get a chance to talk! We miss him so much and now it really begins though. No talking at all till letters is going to be so hard!
It was crazy how short it was. I ran the phone to my husband who was sleeping before night work and scared him when I busted through the door! I am going to write some letters now so they are ready to be sent. Not talking to him is what gets me also. ☹️
Got the phone call around 11 pm, about 20 second call, was able to say I Love You! Then he hung up, our recruits will be ok. Proud to be a Navy Mom


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