Peko Into the Daso Family Life

Hey Friends & Family,

I hope you’re in the best of health and well being. The site has been down for a while because of some family issues. But now we are back up and running and are in the process of building a new website.

A little bit about us

We are a Military family stationed with the USAF in Delaware. Yes, people *really* do live in Delaware 😉 Jesse was in the US Marine Corps for 9 1/2yrs before going to Officer School in the AF and switching over. We were stationed at Cherry Point MCAS, NC, near the coast. We switched branches because we thought the AF would be more family friendly… and for the most part it is. It just really depends on what your job is.

We have been here for almost 2yrs now… Jesse receives his promotion to 1st Lieutenant on April 1st. I am extremely proud of him for all that he has accomplished so far. He is about to switch jobs in April as well. He will be in Safety and Compliance and will be the 1st Officer to have this position.

Crystal is a stay at home mom to our three kidlets. They keep her busy with homeschooling Hannah and keeping up with Malachi and Chloe.

We have been married for 7yrs on March 7th. We have learned more than we ever expected we would over the years, and have a wonderful marriage now because of it. We are really blessed to have each other 🙂

The kids are all growing like weeds and keeping us on our toes. Hannah will be turning 6 this May, is registered in Kindergarten, but we are doing a 1st Grade Curriculum. She is a spounge and learns things at a rapid rate. Malachi was in a school with other kids with Autism, but we weren’t happy with the system so he is home with us. It is a challenge, but we are doing what we can for him right now. He is an amazing boy who is showing us that there is so much more to him 🙂 Chloe is 16mos old and is talking like crazy. She loves to play with her sister and brother… aka… bully them around already 😉 She loves to play with her baby dolls and other imaginative play.

All the kids amaze us on a daily basis and we couldn’t imagine our lives without either of them 🙂

Au Revoir!

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