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AFSC Spotlight: Meet Brittany Littleton

AFSC Spotlight: Meet Brittany Littleton

Brittany Littleton is a child and youth program assistant currently working with pre-toddlers at Child Development Center West. She's worked at Tinker for three and a half years and is from Midwest City, Oklahoma. In her time away from work, Littleton loves playing with her 2- and 4-year-old children. During COVID, she is helping the pre-toddlers practice healthy habits such as handwashing and social distancing. They've also been doing a lot of art projects lately. She says best part of her job "is seeing my babies every day, the teachable moments and spending one-on-one time with each child."

AFSC Spotlight: Meet Brittany Littleton

Brittany Littleton is a child and youth program assistant currently working with pre-toddlers at the Child Development Center West. She's worked at Tinker for three and a half years and is from Midwest City. In her time away from work, Littleton loves playing with her two-year old and four-year old children. During COVID, she is helping the pre-toddlers to practice healthy habits such as handwashing and social distancing. They've also been doing a lot of art projects lately. The best part of her job "is seeing my babies everyday, the teachable moments and spending one-on-one time with each child." (U.S. Air Force photo/Kelly White)

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AFSC Spotlight: Meet Brittany Littleton

Brittany Littleton is a child and youth program assistant currently working with pre-toddlers at Child Development Center West. She's worked at Tinker for three and a half years and is from Midwest City, Oklahoma. In her time away from work, Littleton loves playing with her 2- and 4-year-old children. During COVID, she is helping the pre-toddlers practice healthy habits such as handwashing and social distancing. They've also been doing a lot of art projects lately. She says best part of her job "is seeing my babies every day, the teachable moments and spending one-on-one time with each child."