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!
We’re excited to share that the Signature Moms blog has reached a major milestone: 100,000 views! Congratulations to all of our Signature mommy bloggers! Since beginning the Signature Moms blog nearly three years ago, it’s been an amazing experience getting to know our mommy bloggers (and their families) through their blog posts. Our mommy bloggers … More A Milestone Moment: 100,000 Views and Counting!
By: Sandra L. Churchill My mom squinted at the clock in our car as we scrambled to finish errands and manage afternoon school pick-up lines. “Is that right?” she asked of the 12:07 p.m. time indicated on my dashboard. “Oh no,” I laughed, “it’s 1:00 but we’ll be there in time.” Mom looked confused. “You … More Zany Flexibility
By: Sheila Gaudet Parenting comes with many decisions about caring for our kids. When our kids are babies those decisions include breast or bottle? Cloth or disposable diapers? Co-sleeping or “ferberizing?” Daycare or staying at home? As they get older it turns into which school is the best match for my child? Do we really … More Decisions, Decisions
By: Sheila Gaudet I am not a marathoner. These days, I’m not even a runner. Several years ago I walked a half marathon for charity and that is the extent of my long distance career. However, I spent middle school, high school, and college on track teams and loved the concept of distance running, if … More Boston Marathon
By: Sheila Gaudet Baby lust is my term for that feeling you get when someone you know, or even a random stranger, has a new baby. For a moment, all you can think about is how you want one too! The new baby smell, the almost daily milestones, and those cute little outfits all conspire … More Baby Lust
By: Sheila Gaudet One of the perks of having a husband who flies for the airlines is supposed to be free travel. Unfortunately, this means flying standby during times that the kids are not in school, which is more challenging than it sounds. Due to my husband’s frantic work schedule, school, extracurricular schedules, and pre-existing … More San Francisco Treat
By: Sheila Gaudet For many of us, one of the biggest transitional moments between childhood and adulthood, is getting our driver’s license. With a driver’s license comes a different degree of independence, responsibility, and (for the parent) concern. Thanks to my son’s 16th birthday a few weeks ago, this is the stage we are in. … More Driving Lessons
By: Sheila Gaudet We are a family of January birthdays so today my post is about my younger son, Andrew, who turns 10 today! There are no more single digits in my household, which is both a little bit sad and a little bit exciting. Andrew has been sure to inform me that he is … More Double Digits
By: Sheila Gaudet I’m writing this for publication on the 16th birthday of my oldest son, Anthony. Our plan for the day includes school, of course, then a trip to the DMV to take his permit test. Despite the fact that he is now taller than I am, has to shave most days, and wears … More They Say You Forget