By: Carolyn Coleman Since September is National Sickle Cell Month, I wanted to share key facts about the disease as well as my family’s story. Sickle cell anemia is the most common inherited blood disease in the United States, affecting more people than ALS, cystic fibrosis, and most pediatric cancers. Because of the population that … More Sickle Cell Anemia and My Family
By: Martianne Stanger Fall has arrived! And with it, are weekends jam-packed with festivals, family happenings, and community events. If you are a lover of living history and outdoor sportsmanship opportunities, there are three FREE upcoming community events you might want to take note of. Rehoboth 375th Timeline Event – September 22nd On September 22nd, … More 3 Fun Free Family Events This Fall
By: Sandy Churchill September ushers in a whirlwind of emotions—wistfulness, energy, excitement, perhaps a last-minute scramble to get life together before the hustle and bustle of academic-year routines. Bathing suits and beach towels are packed away, replaced by schoolbooks, planners, backpacks, lunch bags, and fall clothes, as students head back to school. Some wisps of … More Back-to-School Learning Inspires Us All
By: Cheryl Maguire In an attempt to break the deafening teen silence during breakfast, I began a conversation. “So I saw a meme . . .” Laughter erupted from my twin teens. “It’s pronounced MEEEM, not MEH-MM. You sound like Elle’s mom who said MeeMee,” my teen daughter corrected me. Just for the record—I’m not … More Mom Inspired YouTube Challenges
By: Lauren Carmichael About 10%-12% of women in the United States have difficulty getting pregnant or staying pregnant, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. I have been in the process of trying to donate my eggs since February 2017. I have always had an interest in the process. I applied to be … More My Experience with Egg Donation
By: Guest Blogger, Andrea Mitchell Earlier this summer, our family succumbed to the flu that had been making its rounds throughout the area during the late winter and spring. I thought we’d made it through flu season without one of us getting it, which for my family of 5 is a small miracle. I … More Easy Peasy Chicken Noodle Soup for the Summer Flu
Thank you to everyone who entered the Signature Moms Blogger contest this year! It always makes it difficult to narrow down our choices to only 5 new bloggers. After much deliberation, we have chosen the 5 ladies who will join Martianne, Sandy, Carolyn, Janice, Cheryl, and Deirdre as featured bloggers. Please welcome our new Signature Moms bloggers! They … More Meet Our Newest Signature Moms Bloggers!