Posted on July 24, 2012 at 9:46pm 4 Comments 0 Likes
As of today 7/24/12 my daughter has been gone to boot camp for 4 weeks. So far one call ( the arrival ) and a few quick words in the back of her form letter. I continue to write every week to uplift her in case she's having a hard time. I have seen so many parents talk about letters and phone calls. I run to the mail everyday hoping to receive just one letter. I miss my kid so much. Any one else with a loved one in the same division ship 09 division 266. I know she's ok. Just wanna hear her…Continue
Posted on June 28, 2012 at 8:40pm 27 Comments 9 Likes
My daughter left on Tuesday. Today is thursday I'm still waiting to hear from her. Hoping all the horror stories are untrue. Just want her to be strong and make it through boot camp. Man I never knew I would be so kid- sick. :((((
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Just dropped in to say hi and see how you are doing? Have you sent her a calling card from calls for recruits.org it's free to her and you.
Hi csingl504. Welcome to your Navy family. We have all experienced what you are going through. I cried like a baby when my son left for boot camp. Now I look forward to hearing about all his adventures in the Navy.
Once your daughter is out of boot camp. You won't feel so isolated from her. She will be able to call you often.
There are some wonderful veteran Navy moms on this site. These veteran Navy moms were so much help to me while my son was in boot camp two years ago. My son entered boot camp June 15, 2010. My son had a hard time with the running part of the PFA due to blisters on his feet. (and not being prepared physically before entering).
His Chief RDC (Recruit Division Commander) pushed him to the limit so he would pass. All of the RDC's are very dedicated to their Recruits success in boot camp. They go out of their way to help them achieve their goals.
If you have any questions or concerns. Please feel free to ask me. You can send via personal message if you like or on my page.
You will be fine its hard to let them go but it will so much fun to see her in a few weeks at PIR. that was for me something i will not forget.pray you have other things to keep busy until you see her.
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