Action & Consistancy

As a Mama it is important to know that actions speaks louder then words. James 2:17 says Faith without work is Dead. During this time we can can have all the faith in the world that things will change but we have to put in work to see the change.

It is an important time to be open and transparent with your child. In addition to staying connected with how they feel. Our children need consistency, predictability and honesty from us right now. In this World of uncertainty your child needs to know what you stand for and see the actions you are doing. I encourage you to go to a protest or sign a petition , call a switch board but what ever it is speak up and speak out! Mama’s you are blessed and you can be apart of the change.

Author: Jennifer Pickett

I wanted to take a moment and introduce myself. I am a 32 year old ( I think.... that’s a story for another day) wife, mother, youth ministry leaders a mother member of Jack and Jill of America Incorporated and proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated. I have 3 children Justice 8, Joy 3 and JJ 2 and amazing husband! I was born and raised in the North End of Hartford with 2 amazing and supportive parents. I have a Bachelors in Interpersonal and Relational Communication with a Minor in Psychology, Masters in Special Education and a Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis. For my career I am a Board Certified Behavior Analysis (this was truly a journey). This blog is to show you my everyday life and that by the Grace of GOD I am making it on broken pieces. I am choosing to thrive (not survive) at this mommy thing and I pray that this blog Blesses a Mama out there to keep going!!!!

1 thought on “Action & Consistancy

  1. Jackie Mendenhall - Your Mama says:

    Hi Sunshine,
    It’s refreshing that you are practicing what you are preaching. I was proud of you taking Justice out today to join the mrch. Also, having difficult conversations with her. It is always best for your child to hear it from you than a stranger. Keep up the fantastic work! Being a mama isn’t an easy task. Your children are blessed to have a mama that has embraced motherhood.
    Love you!
    YOUR Mama

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