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April 1, 2013
Source: Army.mil - www.army.mil
Five fingers. Five toes. Tiny feet. Button nose. Having a baby brings joy, excitement and sometimes a little fear of the unknown to many parents. Whether they are expectant parents, new parents or parents experienced in the art of child rearing, adding a new member of the family adds a new set of challenges.

April 1, 2013
Source: Army.mil - www.army.mil
Five fingers. Five toes. Tiny feet. Button nose. Having a baby brings joy, excitement and sometimes a little fear of the unknown to many parents. Whether they are expectant parents, new parents or parents experienced in the art of child rearing, adding a new member of the family adds a new set of challenges.

May 7, 2013
Source: Army.mil - www.army.mil
Among the seemingly harmless things around the home from which you're not protecting your child there is likely something that can hurt them.

April 25, 2013
Source: Army.mil
Story Link: http://www.army.mil/article/101979/Garrison_baby_shower__nothing_to_cry_about_/

There was nothing to cry about April 20 when the Army Community Service New Parent Support Program hosted its annual Garrison Baby Shower event in the Humphreys Community Fitness Center. New Parent Support was joined by Zeta Phi Beta Sorority in hosting the event.


April 24, 2013
Source: RedstoneRocket - www.theredstonerocket.com
Families have long been recognized as the supportive strength behind the Army’s Soldiers. And often at the heart of those families are the Soldiers’ children.

March 28, 2013
Source: www.army.mil
Story Link: http://www.army.mil/article/99770/Fort_Sill_to_celebrate_Month_of_Military_Child_with_numerous_events/

April is Month of the Military Child and Fort Sill celebrates military children throughout the month with activities to recognize their contributions to the overall military mission.


March 15, 2013
Source: Army.mil
Story Link: http://www.army.mil/article/98660/Womack_hosts_Soldiers__Families__babies_at_Maternity_Fair/

Baby talk filled the halls of Womack Army Medical Center on Saturday as nearly 400 expecting Families attended a Maternity Fair.

In its tenth year, the fair offers information to Families who are expecting a child, new parents, or Families wishing to start a Family in the future.