Super Parents Dynamic Team!

Megan Tritsch

Megan has a passion for God and loves helping people. She currently works with the elderly and loves her job and helping other moms.

What advice would you have given yourself at the age of eighteen?

That I am worth waiting on. That I am more valuable than rubies (Proverbs 31: 10 ) and to never give up!

What’s the most  significant thing about parenting or  best advice you wish someone had given you when you were just starting out as a parent?

I wish I had mentors and support about parenting and someone would have told me about how important it was to nurture children’s spirituality and  how important it is.

Where do you see yourself ten years from now?

Successful! A national director of a counseling agency for women and children. Wherever the Lord would have me would be great.

Dashia

Dashia loves to pray. She’s an intercessor at heart and is taking classes to learn more about it. She also has heart for faithfully helping others.

What’s the most  significant thing about parenting or  best advice you wish someone had given you when you were just starting out as a parent?

I wish someone had informed me of how much patience, love and attention a child truly needs.

What ‘s your favorite thing to read and what do you like to do in your spare time?

Best Book: The Bible.

Spare Time: In my spare time, I like to spend time with my lovely family and watch an occasional movie.

Latoya Price

LaToya’s favorite hobbies are writing, reading, spending time with my family and shopping.

Her Best book : “Battle of The Mind” by Joyce Meyers.

Where I see myself in 10 years: A teacher for a High School, teaching History. My husband and I will have 5 children, maybe a dog, and our family will be very powerful in the work we do for God by helping change peoples lives.

What’s the most  significant thing about parenting or  best advice you wish someone had given you when you were just starting out as a parent?

The most significant advice I could give as a parent is: “Be a great example, because they’re always watching. Love them strongly, forgive them always, watch what they are exposed to, correct them when needed right away, and encourage & motivate them from beginning to end.”

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