Parents, talk to your children at eye level with them!


This is a beautiful day in Minnesota!

Today, I’d like to just give you a tip that maybe some of you don’t know or have forgotten. Being I have raised my three children and also had a licensed Daycare for 55 children in my past, I qualify myself as a very good source of information on the topic of Children. Love them up all you can! Make sure to kneel down to their eye level when talking with them. I feel this gives them confidence and your total attention! God Bless! Kathy

Food For Thought: http://www.seeyourlegalplan.com/kathyrossi Children all over the world, are being victimized by Identity Theft. Do your part and protect your children. Take action now. See video on this link. Thanks. K

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About kathyrossi

Hi, I'm Kathy Rossi .Currently, I'm a Certified Risk Consultant with Harvard Risk Management. I care about people and don't like to see what I D Theft fraud crimes are doing to young and old in the US. Also, I'd love to share that anyone can have great legal help and advice for pennies a month. Harvard Risk Management is the largest broker for Legal and I D Theft plans in the country. I'm ready right now, to help you get enrolled with these services. In the past I have worked with a non profit foundation, raising over $240,000.(2010) in funds for those in need. My faith in the Lord has helped me through some financial troubles of my own in the past. I now feel led to help others gain financial freedom. I know what it is like to be working with change from my pocket to buy enough food for my family. The Lord has taken my hand and carried me out of those dark and penniless days. I'm blessed with three beautiful children that are grown and on their own. I also have a son in-law and daughter in-law, plus four grand daughters that are a joy to me and one wonderful new grandson. Also, a love in my life, Tom. Psalm 91 has been a great comfort to me. I hope you spend time in the Bible as well! God Bless you! Kathy Rossi
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