About me & my pledge   5 comments

Thank you for visiting my blog…. dsgnmomonline. I welcome any feedback. My goal is to provide some inexpensive ways to spend more time with the important people in your life. Please let me know if I have said anything here that has been beneficial in any way. Thanks again and enjoy.

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The Mom Pledge

I am a proud Mommy Blogger. I will conduct myself with integrity in all my blogging activities. I can lead by example.

I pledge to treat my fellow moms with respect. I will acknowledge that there is no one, “right” way to be a good Mom. Each woman makes the choices best for her family.

I believe a healthy dialogue on important issues is a good thing. I will welcome differing opinions when offered in a respectful, non-judgmental manner. And will treat those who do so in kind.

I stand up against online bullying. My blog is my space. I will not tolerate comments that are rude, condescending or disrespectful.

I refuse to give those who attack a platform. I will remove their remarks from my blog with no mention or response. I can take control.

I want to see moms work together to build one another up, not tear each other down. Words can be used as weapons. I will not engage in that behavior.

I affirm that we are a community. As a member, I will strive to foster goodwill among moms. Together, we can make a difference.

Posted October 28, 2010 by dsgnmom

5 responses to “About me & my pledge

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  1. Congratulations! check out my blog at wordpress under GuchiID follow me too! Tweeted this latest press. Hope you are staying warm! It is really cold in Sunny CA!

  2. Thank you Katherine. I am signed up as a follower of your blog now. I look forward to seeing what’s next with us both! 😉 JTP

  3. Janiece, I am happy our paths crossed. Thank you so much for your thoughtful comments. As I mentioned in one of my replies to you, I am looking forward to getting to know you better, and reading your posts, as time permits.



  4. I am father going through a divorce and my bigest fear is not have my two girls. Not being able to hold my girls hand , not being able to hug them and kiss them. Not beinv there for when they need a daddy. My girls are 3 and 6 . I saw your story about your dad and I can hope I can be that dad.

    • Erick,
      Thank you for reading and commenting on “Holding Daddys Hand Forever”. I am so happy that it has reached so many people….my most read post to date. I pray that you can stay active in your girls lives. There is a special bond between dads and daughters which divorce and even death cannot break!
      God Bless you through this tough time,

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