Peyton Pryce

Peyton Pryce has worked in the learning and development industry for the past 11 years - the least interesting thing about her. She is raising a smart, sarcastic and fun little boy. On top of having a full-time job and being a mother, Peyton works hard to support her husband and country as a military wife. Never one lacking an opinion, her friends seek out her advice about parenting, budgeting, cooking, or almost anything. Peyton comes from a large family, with over 11 siblings or in-laws and 10 nieces and nephew - of course never lacking drama. She holds a lot of respect for parents who’ve come before her or will come after her. Her favorite phrase is, “Why re-create the wheel?” She sees advice from other parents (even sometimes unwanted) as a major factor for having lived successfully as parents for many generations. If you want to see if yours and Peyton’s opinions line up, or just see what she has to say - click on over to the blogs to find out.

Peyton Pryce has worked in the learning and development industry for the past 11 years - the least interesting thing about her. She is raising a smart, sarcastic and fun little boy. On top of having a full-time job and being a mother, Peyton works hard to support her husband and country as a military wife. Never one lacking an opinion, her friends seek out her advice about parenting, budgeting, cooking, or almost anything. Peyton comes from a large family, with over 11 siblings or in-laws and 10 nieces and nephew - of course never lacking drama. She holds a lot of respect for parents who’ve come before her or will come after her. Her favorite phrase is, “Why re-create the wheel?” She sees advice from other parents (even sometimes unwanted) as a major factor for having lived successfully as parents for many generations. If you want to see if yours and Peyton’s opinions line up, or just see what she has to say - click on over to the blogs to find out.

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