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Hi I'm Ashlin

About Me

I am a young mom to 18 month old twins. They keep me very busy, but I enjoy every minute of it. I have an amazing husband and together, we stay busy trying to raise our twins. When we have free time together, we enjoy playing with our kids, taking them on walks and talking together. I am a stay-at-home mom and I love decorating cakes. It's a nice creative outlet and I love to see the end result!

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I was born into a Mormon family. At the age of 8 I was baptized. As a teen, I struggled with the doctrine until we were challenged to read the Book of Mormon. I read the wonderful book and prayed everytime I studied it to know if it was true. Sometime in the middle of reading, I was overwhelmed with this immense feeling of peace and joy unlike anything I have ever experienced. I knew in my heart that it is true and that the church is true. Even though I was born into a Mormon family, I chose to continue to be a Mormon because I know in my heart this church is true. The teachings and principals are true. I am a Mormon because of the emphasis it puts on the family. I am a Mormon because it has helped me become the daughter, sister, wife and mother that I've always wanted to be...and I love it.

How I live my faith

I live by faith by going to church and serving in the Cub Scouts. I live my faith by trying to be an example to others and being friendly with those I meet. I live by the standards as set by the church and participate in wholesome entertainment.

What are Mormon women like? Do Mormons believe in equality of men and women?

Ashlin
Mormon women are just like any other woman. I for one enjoy playing sports, going shopping, getting pampered with manicures and pedicures. We desire a marriage to a man who is going to respect us and treat us as their equals. We also desire a family. Some women like to work, others like to stay home with their kids. It's hard to describe what Mormon women are like, because I view myself as a typical woman. Mormons do believe in equality of men and women. We have different responsibilities in the church and in the home, but none is greater than the other. It's a partnership. Without one, the other could not exist. Show more Show less