By: Kathy Trainor This summer we are looking to redo an old camper. We want to turn it into a play house for the kids. We also want to use it as a learning tool for ourselves to learn to build and repair things. We don’t know how much about home repair, but we figured … More Summer DIY Projects
By: Jessica Aldred Take me out to the ball game, take me out to the crowd…bring me a screaming 1 year old and bored preschooler and my days at the ball field are anything but enjoyable. This year is especially difficult as the baby is on the verge of walking- yet insists on crawling laps … More Play Ball!
By: Kathy Trainor The slide, the swing and the see-saw- all places for kids to explore and play. You see groups of moms setting up shop in the bench and you are left looking around going OH BOY what did I get myself into.. Even if you have your favorite coffee with you the people … More Playground Moms
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: Jessica Aldred After nearly 7 years of being home with my children, I finally bit the bullet and reentered the work force full time. While I’ve always worked part time from home, or where my kids could come with me, I haven’t had a full work week, in an office, in years. Holy culture … More Hi Ho! It’s Off to Work I Go!
By: Jessica Aldred Every parent giggles when they see that commercial with the parent popping their head into their child’s room aiming to call in sick for the day. The irony of that situation is not lost on me. I recently found myself defeated by the infamous stomach flu and praying to the depths of … More Mommy Sick Day
By: Martianne Stanger We’ve all heard of the “unsinkable ship” the Titanic, right? But, did you know there was another ship far more unsinkable and much closer to home? The Pilgrim was America’s first double-hulled steamship. It traveled from Fall River to New York in the 1800’s and survived a 100-foot hole being ripped in … More Another Small Museum to Enjoy
By: Kathy Trainor Teaching your kids to help others can be a hard to explain. When it comes to small children, I’ve found that actions speak louder than words. Sometimes showing them something goes much further than just explaining. Recently, while driving home, I saw an older man laying on the side of the road. I pulled over … More Actions Speak Louder Than Words
By: Rachel Ventura I love creating things for my home. I’ve made all sorts of little creations that are displayed throughout my house. It’s fun making them, I save a ton of money, and it makes the house feel more “homey.” Sure, not everything is as nice or as perfect as something you may buy … More Recycling