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    Posted November 8, 2012 by
    cavguy87
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    Wife, Mother, and Soldier!

     
    Me and my Wife (Claudia) are dual Military (we are both currently serving on Active Duty). We have one daughter who is currently 5 months old. During duty days her schedule is as follows, she wakes up at 0430 AM, to get our daughter ready for the babysitter. Once Kimmie is ready to go she gets her to the babysitter and is required to b at work no later than 0730 AM. Usually she doesnt have time to eat breakfast or to even tell me goodbye. Then she begins her workday, assisting Soldiers with their dental needs and ensures that they are 100 % fit the requirements to deploy as required by Dentac. Most days she goes to the gym during lunch to help make sure she can still pass the Physical Fitness Test as required by the Army. She gets off owrk at 1700 and picks up our daughter. Comes home and helps me clean up the house, prepare dinner, and get our daughter to sleep. My wife is 100% dedicated to being a wife, mother, and Soldier. She never fails any portion of these three jobs. She never complains or makes excuses. She is definitely the best wife and mother in the world. I have never seen a person with a heart as big as hers who consistently strives to be a better person.
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