Reasons to lurve Anita Renfroe….

I luuuurve Anita Renfroe, for SEVERAL reasons. 

First off, she is just plain funny. 

Second, she took time out of her BUSY schedule and came on to Spouse Buzz Talk Radio HERE, and she was a joy.

There is the Momsense video, which has been seen by MILIONS!

And now there is this…

I present to you Dadsense…..

And most importantly, when she was on SpouseBuzz Talk Radio, she made sure to let us know she WANTS to do something for the military community.  In fact she told us, that if she was near your town, to contact her people, and she would make sure to give you a discounted military rate!! 

About the Author


Rachelle began her Military Spouse career when her future husband proposed to her in a letter during Desert Shield. Mail took over a month to arrive back then, and they only had three phone calls with each other in the ten months they were separated. They were married at a small ceremony a week after he returned home. Rachelle's husband moved her to Ft. Bragg, NC, all of their combined possessions filling her small, two-door car. In 1992, they left active duty and moved back to their home state where she went to nursing school and he joined the Army National Guard as a traditional Soldier as he went to school. In 1999, Rachelle's husband was offered a full-time National Guard position in Arkansas, where they lived for eight years.

In 2002, their son was born (MFO Deployment) and in 2003, their daughter was born (OIF2). In 2008, they moved back to their home state to live close to family. Rachelle has been an active contributor with SpouseBUZZ since 2005. She currently works full-time at a physician’s office, and is active with her church and school's PTO. Her son has recently been diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome, a subject that she is exhaustingly studying and learning to work with day-by-day. In 2010, Rachelle's mother-in-law moved in with the family, and they added a German shorthaired pointer named "Poncho" to the tribe as well. Rachelle enjoys spending as much "down time" with her family as possible - usually something outdoors or movie nights. Her favorite foods are sushi, steak, chocolate, and coffee. Her special skills include being an awesome cook, identifying odd accents by state or country, having an incredible sense of smell (almost bloodhound-like), and watching people at airports during long, unexpected layovers.

  • Oh that’s hilarious!!! :)

  • I love it!! They actually played Momsense at my church on mother’s day!

  • That was awesome! The kids want to know why I am laughing so hard. I told them they will get it someday. :)

  • Hey Dutchgirl – they played momsense at MY church too!
    I am thinking that Dadsense won’t be such a big hit…but I’ll see if they will play it for Father’s Day (gonna have to work hard for THAT one, since the creative arts minister is a MAN….)