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037 // Intentionally Cultivating Your Family Culture – Lora Cook & the Kindred Mom Team

In this episode, Emily Allen hosts conversations about intentionally cultivating family culture including how to evaluate where you’re at as a family, navigating sibling conflict, and she chats with special guest Lora Cook, experienced mom of 11 children who shares wisdom about how to invest thoughtfully in your family unit.

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If you missed them, check out 2018 series topics

March series on Becoming a Resilient Mom

February series on Loving Well as a Wife and Mom

January’s series on Self Care for Moms

**The April series homepage is coming soon!

About Lora Cook:
Lora Cook is a humble and wise homeschool mom of 11 children. Her youngest is 2, and her oldest four kids are out of the house, having stepped into adulthood. Lora is not on social media (too busy!) but if you have a desire to be in touch with her, send a note to Emily, and she’ll forward your message!


Kindred Mom is a community dedicated to helping moms flourish in motherhood. Through honest and vulnerable real stories of motherhood, this community champions celebrating small victories and the beautiful things that happen when moms share both the triumphs and struggles of their journeys.

To connect with the Kindred Mom community, keep up with the essays that are shared on the blog at KindredMom.com and subscribe to the mailing list so you don’t miss a thing.

You can find Kindred Mom on social media in the following places: Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

Special thanks to Michael Patti for the original music featured on the Kindred Mom Podcast.

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