[This message edited by coldshot at 11:59 AM, October 15th (Tuesday)]
1) Address and stamp some envelopes for her to send drawings or school work she is proud of.
2) Does she have an IPod or something she can FaceTime you with? My DS3 can answer FaceTime calls from his grandparents. He loves it.
3) Buy an age appropriate puzzle and send a few pieces at a time, so she can slowly put it together.
4) Check out this website: http://mychildmymilitary.com/. It has stories you can read with her and games you can play online with your DD. It was designed for military parents to stay connected with their young kiddos during deployments. Sometimes it is hard to have a real conversation with a young child but playing a game together or being able to read a book together might help you spend QT together from a distance.
So sorry you are separated from your DD. Biggest of hugs to you.
This whole thing is a real bitch.
Thanks for the great suggestions-- I like the stamped envelopes idea! I am looking at getting her a tablet to use for Skype as well.
[This message edited by coldshot at 11:45 PM, October 16th (Wednesday)]