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Moms of Daughters 2

A place to come to for support, guidance, to ask questions and share stories. We are all proud of our Navy Daughters.

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Started by Chihuahualove3. Last reply by azul Mar 10. 21 Replies

Hello all,As most of you are aware ,my daughter had a setback and did not pass her final PFA run. Today she called me to explain what happened that day. Apparently another recruit collapsed during the final run and passed away. She is all…Continue

Final PFA setback

Started by Chihuahualove3. Last reply by Prplrose Mar 11. 9 Replies

Hello all,Just got the call about my recruit not passing final PFA run. Pushed back PIR date to 03/29/19. I have been crying all afternoon. I just miss her so much. I just want to see her. It’s just so difficult. We both knew the run was going to be…Continue

How can I check on my daughter

Started by AllThings. Last reply by ShawnMom Jan 29. 9 Replies

My daughter joined 12/2016. She is undesignated and I was unable to reach her yesterday. She and I talk nearly everday and she is addicted to her phone so she keeps her phone charges and never fails to see my texts or messages and return them.…Continue

A real phone call

Started by Chihuahualove3. Last reply by Chihuahualove3 Feb 5. 5 Replies

I got a call on Sunday from my recruit. She sounded so good but my heart broke a little when I found out that she had only got 1 of my 5 letters I sent. Luckily I discovered Sandboxx thanks to this forum. That was the only letter she received. She…Continue

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Comment by Smidgee on Tuesday

Hi Katski - Our daughter was not injured or delayed, but she spent a lot of time in Great Lakes with boot camp and then lots of schooling. She had many similar struggles with your sailor in that she was the youngest, all her friends went out drinking, and she's had quite a few frustrating roommates. I say all this just to give you and your daughter some hope - this stage she is in won't last forever, even if it feels like it already been forever. Our daughter took advantage of the music rooms, and would even head over there to read a book. Visiting her next month will be wonderful for both of you! I'm sure you can find less mobile activities in and around Chicago. Don't forget all the discounts and freebies she gets on some museums and activities. Praying for you guys!

Comment by Katski on Tuesday

Hey ... heading to see my girl first weekend in April... she has been down  waiting still to get clear for her hip...says it still hurts and worrying quite a bit... someone mentioned that they will maybe just send home but she does not want that at all...it was caused at basic and she wants to stay... her roommate is okay she says but almost 10 yr age diff, told her she can't turn on fan, kinda rules over her my girl is younger and can't hang with others as she says lots of them go drinking.. she seems sad when we talk..which of course worries me.. 

Comment by Anna on March 10, 2019 at 3:59pm

Katski,

Can't imagine the pain she was going through on a hip fracture!!  I know she looks upon this as a set back but let her know it really isn't!!!  She just needs to take the time to get this healed up so she doesn't have problems with it 20 years down the road!!!!  She should not have to worry about loosing her job or her spot in school.  As long as this wasn't some pre-existing condition, she won't get sent home.  This was caused by her time in the Navy so they will let her heal and then continue on her career path!!  Tell her to keep her spirits up!!!!

Comment by Katski on March 10, 2019 at 12:59am

My girl had started class only in for  couple of days and on a 30 day hold as she had been in some pain right before her final pft at basic and pushed thru and passed and was able to graduate 2/8...we had notice a little limp at graduation and figured since her feet were so bad and they thought she pulled a groin muscle..but no one really checked it out til a week ago and she has hip fracture... .. no surgery and to get checked out at the end of this month to see if she can re start classes... not sure since she pushed thru pft and been marching, pt, walking on it for almost 4 1/2 was that only a few weeks to see if healed it gonna clear her...she is really scared and unsure of what will happen..could they reassign her job?   To go thru basic push thru this she does not want sent home... she is getting a little down...and doesn't help not made too many friends as she can't do everything, but yet she has been doing watch duty... just concerned for her, she is bummed

Comment by HerMom on March 8, 2019 at 6:00pm
Azula I watched my daughter over and over on 4 graduations. She was set back due to failing the final run but still performed in the graduations before hers. It was a blessing for me and I never missed a graduation viewing. Plan to watch again next week!
Comment by Roberta on March 8, 2019 at 5:44pm

Azul, you will see your recruit perform in the 2 graduations prior to their own graduation on 22nd

Comment by azul on March 8, 2019 at 5:37pm

Hello everyone!

Thank you for allow me to be part of this group, my daughter PIR is march 22, But I'm sure I saw her on the PIR video this morning, She is part of the 920 division, and she is part of the flag groups, I thought she will do that only on her PIR but I just saw her on the event today, is that possible, am I dreaming... OMG I'm so happy but I just want to make sure is not an illusion, but I'm sure is her, anyone know anything do they do different PIR when they are in charge of the flags??

Thanks for any answer and always grateful for your kind support 

Have an amazing weekend everyone, and congratulations to the amazing sailors that. graduate today and their proud families.

Comment by Katski on February 28, 2019 at 10:18pm

@anna. I hoping to make a trip there as well.... along with her fiancé mother . He is stationed there as well... nice mom/ girls trips to see them will be great

Comment by Anna on February 27, 2019 at 11:37pm

Oh wow!!! My daughter just transferred to Pensacola.  I'm going over to visit with her in a couple weeks!!!!

Comment by Katski on February 27, 2019 at 10:46pm

Pensacola

 

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