By: Lauren Tankle I volunteered this holiday season to organize and help distribute Christmas gifts to families in need. I was overwhelmed with the appreciation and relief I could see in the recipients when they chose the gifts for their children to open on Christmas morning. It made me so overjoyed to know that … More I Wish I Could Say I Did It On My Own
By: Deidre Littlefield My oldest son is twenty-three. I have the fondest memories of sitting in the sandbox with him for hours. We would build and laugh while looking into each other’s eyes. As he grew, we threw the baseball and rode bikes together. We were not once interrupted by a phone call, email or … More Our Children Need Connection
By: Lauren Tankle I’m not recommending anyone get divorced; it drains you of all your energy, optimism and sanity. BUT after experiencing the most horrific year of my life and living through the dark abyss that is divorce, I can say, now that it is over, I came out the other side a … More 4 Reasons Getting Divorced Made Me a Better Me
By: Tanya Pimental My three kids are all so different. They look so very alike, my mini clones. But inside they learn different, they share different, they empathize different, they love different, and they friend different. Yet, I can’t seem to figure out how to make them all be different and accepted in a … More Friendships
We’re excited to share that the Signature Moms blog has reached a major milestone: 500,000 views! Congratulations to all of our Signature Mom bloggers! And a heartfelt thank you to all of you, our readers. Since our first mom written post in March 2011, it’s been an amazing experience getting to know all of our many … More Signature Milestone: 500,000 Views and Counting!
By: Cheryl Maguire January is Thyroid Awareness month. If you are like me before I investigated this topic, you might have a vague idea of what your thyroid is or where it is located. Somewhere around your neck right? And it has something to do with your hormones, I think. To be more specific … More Why is Your Thyroid Important?
By: Deirdre Littlefield People are always intrigued when they find out that we bring foster children into our home. Most are polite, but you can often sense something else. Friends and strangers ask a range of questions. They wonder about the children’s behavior, where they came from and how we can let them go. Amazingly … More What Fostering Has Taught My Children