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does everyone make that 1st phone call?  My husband and I have not received a phone call since monday, 5 days.  how unusual is this?

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Did you get the I'm here call??

 

I don't think I got another one after that for awhile..... but  "NO NEWS IS GOOD NEWS"  & " HURRY UP AND WAIT"

I know that doesn't help much, but that is what Navy Mom's is for.....  What did Moms do before this site, I wouldn't want to know!

The SRs call when they get there to say I made it here. My son said "I will call again in 3 weeks". But, if there division is screwing up they may lose their phone priviledge. I have developed the attitude that no news is good news and if he calls.. Great, if not...I will see him at graduation. They are in good hands with the Navy.

thak you, navy moms have been awesome...   putting a mom's mind at rest...
thanks so much....  we just never got the 1st call, but now, i can see why we might not have.  so, looking forward to box or sign that he is at gl.

I only got the I'm here call, one 3 weeks later and then another 3 weeks after that look for the "847" area code on your caller ID that will be him!

 

thanks, we will be looking for

thanks, we will now be watching for "847"..  good to know.....






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good to know there is a reason we didn't hear from him....thank you navy moms so much....

We got the "I'm here" call, one 3 weeks later and looks like now the "I'm a Sailor" call after battlestations, she graduates 5/6. Some div. get more.. but I think most just get one call in between the 1st "im here" and BS.

Jenn

thanks, ours must have got in very late, or big group...puts this mom's minds at rest...

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