The Mom’s Alphabet

Accept, admire, affirm, and appreciate your family.

Boldly believe our big God for beautiful, bountiful blessings.

Calm courtesy communicates care and combats chaos.

Diligence and delegation dutifully do daily deeds.

Encourage by enthusiastic example.

Face, fix, forgive, and forget foolish faults.

Grace is given where grace is needed.  Glory to God!

Have a happy, humorous, harmonious, hope-filled home.

Include imagination, inspiration, and interesting information.

Juggle your jobs judiciously and joyfully.

Kiss your kids!

Listen, then lovingly lead.

Meet many marvelous mothers.

Notice new needs.

Overcome obnoxious offenses with optimism.

Pray, prioritize, plan, and prepare for productivity and problem prevention.

Quick and quiet, not dawdling or riot.

Rules without relationships reap rebellion.

Serve sacrificially.

Take time to teach and train truthfulness and thankfulness.

Understand until united.

Virtuosity is victorious.

Wise words will win.

Xpect excellence.

Yackety yack, no talking back.

Zippety doo-dah, zippety ay, my oh my what a wonderful day!

I wrote this many years ago and have shared it all over the place, but I just realized it’s not on any of my current blogs!  I need to ponder this freshly myself!

Virginia Knowles

About virginiaknowles

I am a mother and grandmother of a huge family, and I still home school my youngest daughter. I write to stay sane. My WordPress blog is a combination of my Blogspot blogs, and may not be continually updated.
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