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
As thanksgiving comes upon us once more, we remember the blessing we experience and are grateful not only at this time of year but all year long. Share what you’re thankful for in the comments! Melanie: I am thankful for my husband. He is my #1 supporter. He knows how to push me out of my … More Signature Moms Give Thanks
By: Carolyn Coleman I am really starting to wonder “where has the time gone?” My son just started his senior year of high school; he’s a student athlete, so he just signed his “National Letter of Intent” to play college basketball. As parents, we pride ourselves on getting our kids ready for college and … More Where Has the Time Gone!!!
On Tuesday, September 27th Signature Healthcare hosted a dinner to welcome our new Signature Moms Bloggers and introduce them to our current bloggers. We were able to take the time to find out more about our newest bloggers and hope you enjoy learning more about them in the video below!
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
Happy Mother’s Day! To celebrate we asked the Signature Mommy Bloggers how they planned to celebrate their special day! Kathy – We are taking part in a BBQ cook off competition for our BBQ Cook off team. We are cooking ribs chicken pulled pork and Brisket! Jessica – This Mother’s Day will be my first as a mom … More How the Signature Moms Bloggers Celebrate Mother’s Day
By: Carolyn Coleman This is the word I think of when I think of my son. My son turned 16 a few days ago and I thank GOD every day for such an amazing gift. I look at him and I see joy and happiness; I see a young man with a great heart and … More Wow!
By: Carolyn Coleman WOW!! That’s the first thought that comes to my mind as I think about my son. My son is far from perfect, but he is so wise. In a recent conversation with a friend, we talked about our kids. Her kids are young adults- her son recently graduated college and her daughter … More Consequences
By: Carolyn Coleman I think figuring out what to make for dinner is one of the biggest issues for working moms. For some, the effort it takes to coordinate family dinner isn’t worth it or even possible and I totally get that. I feel like I spend most of my evening preparing dinner and then cleaning … More Easy Dinner Ideas for Working Moms and Dads
By: Carolyn Coleman Some mothers pick up her baby as soon as she hears a cry; some mothers turn and walk away. Both mothers love their children, but express their love in different ways. In my years of working and always sharing day to day thoughts on how we raise our kids, I’ve learned that … More Mothering Across Cultures