By Renee Williams, Photo Credit: John Harpring


Tiffany Hunt, 29, of Grovetown, is a stay at home mom and entrepreneur. She and her husband, Leighton, have one son Tucker who is six months old and two dogs, Kira who is a Pit Bull and Baxley who is an Australian Shepherd-Boxer. Tiffany says she would describe herself in one word as: Creative. She is the former owner of Tibby’s Bakery and has plans to continue her career in culinary arts. If she could have any job, she would choose to be a personal chef. It depends on who you ask but her favorite signature dish is pulled BBQ, mac n cheese and collards.

What quality do you admire the most? Humility

What did you want to be when you grew up? A nurse but blood makes me faint so I’m not sure why I thought that would work out!

If you had a superpower, what would it be? Time manipulation. Who wouldn’t want to relive a certain moment in their life and be able to say I love you one last time, do things differently, relive an amazing moment or skip through a rough patch?

Is there an important life lesson you’ve learned? Yes, the grass is greener where you water it!

Best thing about being a mom? Being able to watch my child experience the world for the first time.

Hardest part about being a mom? The hardest part for me is watching how fast it all goes by.

Favorite indulence? Pastries.

Whom do you admire the most? My husband Leighton. He is the most non-judgmental, compassionate, caring, level-headed human being I know.

Are you a planner, a dreamer or a doer? I’m a planner. I’m a list girl: grocery list, to do list, goal list, financial list. I love lists! If I make the effort to plan then I will make the effort to follow the plan through.  I was always told a goal without a plan is just a wish.

Favorite subject in school? Chemistry.

Greatest hope: To be 80 and still be in love with my husband like both of our parents are. That’s a huge accomplishment today.   

What inspires you? Other moms and a really good recipe.

Song playing in your head: I Love You by Barney. 

This article appears in the August 2017 issue of Augusta Family Magazine.
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