Mom Teresa isn’t backing down to her cancer diagnosis. Watch and listen to her story.
Jeffrey is the Dad who does it all. His Stage 4 Liver Cancer is no match for the love that Jeffrey has for his 5 year old daughter. She gives him strength beyond measure to keep living life with gusto and attitude.
Introducing Courageous Mom, Colleen. She refuses to allow her diagnosis of Non-hodgkin’s Lymphoma to stop her from taking care of her 4 kids. Working and caring for her family is what drives this Momma, day in and day out.
Meet Singleton Mom Connie and watch her story.
Meet our Mom Denise, and watch her story.
Meet Singleton Moms Janet and watch her story.
Kevin is special. He is the first Singleton Dad that we have had the opportunity to truly get to know… He is the first Singleton Dad who has had the opportunity to get to know us… and we love him!
He has a kind and gentle spirit and he is a loving and patient father. We are blessed that he has come into our lives.
When you first meet Kara, the things you notice about her are her strength, her confidence, and her beauty. As you get to know her, you begin to see a unique and admirable dedication to loving and teaching her beautiful daughter, Ava about life, happiness, and fun.
Kara is living with a very rare type of brain/blood cancer called Follicular Non Hodgkins Lymphoma. Over 2 years ago, after years of headaches and overall discomfort, doctors found a large tumor in Kara’s head. The tumor was 6.5″ x 5.5″ large engulfing both her brain and her skull. Kara has undergone 2 years of chemo and over 10 surgeries and counting. But the energy Kara offers to the world, and energy which we are so grateful to experience at Singleton Moms, is not that of someone who has been through so much at such a young age.
Kara is a catalyst for change in the cancer world, all while being a wonderful mommy to her little Ava, living life to the fullest while helping others to improve theirs.
Story and Photo Credit: Laura Gordillo Photography
When you go through so much in life you become “numb” to certain things, my diagnosis was definitely one of those times where I didn’t know what, let alone how to feel, or accept what was going on. I had just gotten back from Tennessee, where my now, 11 year old son was treated at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital for a brain tumor.I had been back at work only 3 months, still working on getting back to “normal”. Now I was being told I, too, had that disease that threatened to take my son only 6 months prior. Within a week of my wellness checkup, I had already had an ultrasound, a mammogram, a biopsy, was diagnosed and a mastectomy in that order.
Meet Amber, a single mom of a high school boy who is dealing with her second diagnosis of breast cancer. We met Amber in 2012 after she was diagnosed with Stage 3 Breast Cancer. She came back to us last year with the news that her cancer had returned, and progressed to Stage 4. Amber has a spirit like no other. You would never guess she is fighting this terrible disease as she is bubbly and full of smiles. Read more