Today I am having a fun and casual conversation with my cousin Wynter Pitts. Wynter is the editor and founder of For Girls Like You Magazine, a ministry to girls (age 6-11) and their parents.

We have been trying, for the longest to sit down and chat, and we finally made the time to do it!



As I listen, I hope that you laugh. But I also hope that something that is said is helpful. I enjoyed this conversation and I believe you will too.



And remember, this is only part 1 of 2 parts of my conversation with Wynter. So if you enjoy this one, make sure you tune back in next week for part 2!


Let’s Talk!

  • What exposure has helped you develop into the person you are today?
  • What creative ways do you use to make time with your children?
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Highlights for Today’s Episode:

  • How exposure influenced Wynter’s life.
  • The importance of having dates with your kids.
  • What Chrystal has learned over the year about parenting.

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  1. When I said yes, God did more than I could ask for. @forgirlslikeyou 
  2. Trust the process of sowing and reaping. @chrystalhurst 

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