About

I live with my husband and three children in Montana where I teach childbirth and parenting preparation classes through my own private organization, Pregnancy to Parenthood. I have an undergraduate degree in creative writing from the University of Puget Sound, a Physician Assistant certificate from Saint Francis University, as well as Red Cross First Aid/CPR and Lamaze educator certifications. I am a frequent contributor to Montana Parent magazine.

I recent released my first book:
http://www.adozeninvisiblepieces.com

Read my other works:
http://www.adozeninvisiblepieces.com/other_work.html

Or listen to a recent interview:
http://www.adozeninvisiblepieces.com/get_to_know_author.html

If you would like to get to know another side of me, please visit my childbirth education site:
http://www.pregnancytoparenthood.org

Sincerely,

3 responses to “About

  1. I found your blog through wordpress and thought you might be interested in a new book for Christmas. If you email me, I can send you a galley for your review. I have included a link to the Amazon.com page. Please note the reviews. I look forward to hearing from you.

    Keith Ogorek

  2. Millicent

    Kimmelin! Great to see you. I stumbled upon your Suffrage blog while searching “images” of Women’s Suffrage. Brody (my 1st grader) is studying Susan B. Anthony. He suggested I dress up like her for Halloween, and so I am. I will wear a banner stating, “Failure is impossible” and I will carry a sign thanking Susan B. for our vote.

  3. Renee Rivers

    Kimmelin,

    Your blog is looking great! Things are going well with book here. Check in when you get a chance! Will you be attending the Piper Center’s Conference (where we met) at ASU this year? I think of you often!
    Renee in Phoenix!

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