By: Martianne Stanger This summer has not been the summer I thought it would be for my children and me. Both my son and I have contracted Lyme’s disease and had to suffer through the side affects of the strong medications prescribed for that. Our family has also had plans changed by broken water pipes,… More Seek Truth, Goodness, and Beauty Even As Life Unfolds As It Will
By: Kathy Trainor This is the type of dish I make early in the morning when it is very hot and I don’t want to heat up the house. This can be a dip, a taco bowl or even taco filling. We also always have leftovers! Simple, easy and yummy…ENJOY! Ingredients: 6-ounce bag baked pita… More Simple Summer Taco Bake
Thank you to everyone who entered to join the Signature Mom’s blog! We had an amazing group of women to choose from and had a difficult time picking. After much deliberation, thoughts, maybe a tear or two, we have narrowed it down to the 5 ladies who will join Martianne, Tanya, Sandy and Carolyn as featured… More Announcing Our New Signature Moms Bloggers!
By: Sandy Churchill Amid political conventions and daily scandals circling the upcoming presidential election, it seems tough to find good news and maintain optimism. “He said/she said” accusations, press bias, cynicism, and lack of character fill the airwaves and conversations seem dotted with dejected spirits and disbelief on the state of our country and its… More Hope Remains
By: Kathy Trainor The Olympics are very popular in my house. We watch the opening night every year, summer and winter. This year, my niece will join me. It is easy for the boys to do crafts since they are older, but for a 2-year-old, it is hard. We did a simple craft she can… More Easy Olympics Craft
We’re still looking for more ladies to join our Signature Moms blog team! You don’t need to be June Cleaver to write for the Signature Moms blog! (But if you are, enter the contest because we want all sorts of ladies for the blog.) You don’t have to be a “traditional mom” to join our team.… More Calling ALL Women with Children
By: Carolyn Coleman Growing up, my July 4th was hot and extremely humid, but most of all filled with lots of family fun. In my hometown of New Orleans, LA, July 4th was a day to eat lots of grilled food, hot dogs, hamburgers and ribs. In New Orleans, it was also a tradition to have… More My Southern 4th of July