#027 Jennifer Dial // Widowed Mom and Being a Soft Place to Land

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I knew before I recorded my conversation with Jennifer that it would go over my 1 hour intended goal for each episode. I’ve watched her mother for nearly 16 years, weather life’s storms, and I knew she would have so many great things to share. As a widowed mom, she’s had some challenges.

Widowed Mom and Being a Soft Place to Land

Her youngest of 6 kids just graduated high school. And she now also has 4 small grandchildren from her older kids, and she has so much wisdom and perspective. As you can see from the title, she is also a widow.  We discuss her husband passing away 8 years ago, and how she has parented before and after that time.  Yes, she is a widowed mom, but she is so much more than that. She talks about how her life’s experiences have blessed her to be less judgemental and love more, and can’t we all do that a little bit more? I loved hearing about her growing up in an unconventional parenting situation with a corporate working mom, cop dad, and full time Nanny Maria from across the boarder.

She is someone that I’ve always seen as an intentional mother, and to watch the beautiful relationship she has with her adult children, it is truly something to aspire to. Without further delay, enjoy my chat with Jennifer.

Widowed Mom and Being a Soft Place to Land

Listen to our chat by pushing the PLAY button below, or finding episode #27 on iTunes:

We are all striving to be a little better, and I’d love for you to hop on over to instagram {CapturingJoy.KristenDuke} and tell Jennifer and myself the parts of our chat that stuck out to you most, that you plan to implement.

A few things we spoke about:

red barn family pictures

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Widowed Mom and a Soft Place to Land

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