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Erin Stock

Erin Stock
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Erin grew up in Widefield, a small town just south of Colorado Springs, CO. Although she was surrounded by the military, she did not meet her husband, an Air Force Pilot, until they had both graduated from college. Erin has spent almost 20 years in education working as a classroom teacher, Literacy Specialist and Coach. Although Erin holds a MA in Educational Leadership and is also a National Board Certified Teacher, the best education Erin has ever received has been the gift of teaching across the nation. She credits the military with providing her the opportunity to learn more about education than she ever could have throughout her college years. Erin is a woman of faith and a mom to two young children. She is passionate about mental health support for spouses and also raises awareness regarding the dangers of Fentanyl. Erin and her family are currently serving their 7 th assignment in New Hampshire. She enjoys reading personal growth books and researching educational topics, but ends up spending the majority of her time playing with her kids, creating systems in her household, building a supportive community for spouses and dreaming of her forever home. She is also an occasional podcaster.

An Open Farewell Letter from the Wife of a Commander

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An Open Farewell Letter from the Wife of a Commander Dear Phoenix Phamily - Two years ago, I ran into our backyard just as we were about to pull out and make our cross-country trek from...
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“Mommy Reset”

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Ever heard of a “Mommy Reset?” This past February, my husband and two kids packed up their ski gear and flew to Idaho to enjoy their “ski week” with tons of fresh powder. I,...

The Story of Bea and a Friendship Built to Withstand the Military

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This is the story of Bea and a friendship built to withstand the military. Lasting friendships can be hard to come by these days – especially in the unpredictable life of a military spouse....

The Gift of Anticipation

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January. Oh, January. The time when we envision a clean slate. The holidays have come and gone, the decorations have been tucked away and we have 10 months to wait before the anticipation of...
A Mindset Shift Changes Everything!

Mindset Shift and How Rephrasing Can Help You Find Joy Again

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Life as a Military Spouse is not easy, so when someone mentions the term “Mindset Shift,” we might immediately roll our eyes, scoff and revert to internally scrolling through all of the not-so-easy things...

Spouse Social – I Salute You! And, I am sorry.

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I have a major confession to make. The first spouse social I attended caused me to wrongfully judge all future events no matter where our assignments took us. I have been a military spouse...

Mammogram Shmamogram

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A poem to encourage women to advocate for their health and remind them that a few minutes of discomfort can end up saving the many years ahead of you! They are large, they are small,...
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Preparing your Kindergartener for a Great Year!

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Although the school year has come to a close for most students, the anticipation of one particular grade level is alive and well! Sending a Kindergartener off on their first day can...

The Dangers of Fentanyl: Jaydynn’s Light

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In July of 2021, our family took a trip to visit my in-laws in the mountains of Idaho. We decided to spend one of our days breathing in the fresh air and majestic views...
Summer Staycation? Yes, PLEASE!

Summer Staycation? Yes, PLEASE!

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Last summer, we moved for the seventh time. We arrived at our new base right around the 4th of July, which meant we had spent the last three weeks of June packing up our...
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Enjoying Summer with a Little Learning on the Side

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The anticipation of summer and the end of the school year is near! The scents of sunscreen and bug spray are in the air and the excitement of a more flexible schedule lingers on...
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Murphy’s or Military Law?

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This afternoon my husband left for the “undreth” time. This is a short stint, just two sleeps as we refer to it. After 17 years of being an AF Pilot’s wife you would think...