A Christian Faith-based Social Media Network for Everyone !!
Writing Momma Publishing, LLC is a full-service company specializing in the following services:
Do you have a story that’s been sitting on your shelf? What about those poems residing in your high school composition book? It’s time to turn that masterpiece in to your very own book!
Dotting “I’s” and crossing “T’s” makes me smile from ear to ear. With ease, I will make all of your subjects and verbs agree while maintaining the originality of your content.
You gather the people and I will gather the information and present it in style! I love to talk about writing, so invite me today!
We offer classes on the fundamentals of writing, essentials of grammar, BCR’s, paragraph formation, essays, and more!
Got subjects without the matter? Just say the word and I’ll add a little traffic to your website with very insightful and creative blogs.
If you have need of a service not listed, please feel free to leave a message on my page.
If you are interested in contacting Kimberly for a speaking engagement, media interview, or for more information about our services and programs,
visit website at: http://writingmomma.com
Instilling a true sense of responsibility within our children is a goal my husband and I embrace. Initially, I assigned my children the task of cleaning their respective bedrooms. From there, I moved onto other household chores like assistance with the dishes, laundry, lawn, and the bathrooms. Considering the extent of my “to-do” list, I never reject helping hands...no matter how small.
On occasion, my beckoning for assistance was met with resistance. The children quickly asked to be pardoned because, “There’s only five minutes left of the show, Momma!” Then there were times when they reluctantly obliged the request. The deep sighing, overdramatized body language, and slight mumbling clearly indicated that the interruption was inopportune.
Eventually, their frustration was beginning to be met with ours! The lectures (“How many times have we…?”), warnings (“OK! I’m going to conduct a spot check!”), and even idle threats (“You won’t see an after-school dance if...!) were beginning to take its toll. Frankly, I had gotten tired of hearing myself fuss!
Instituting change in my children’s behavior started with changing my behavior. The old adage “If it is to be, it’s up to me!” addresses an often dismissed truth. While it is very easy to point a finger at them, the three fingers pointing back at me reveals…Continue