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Hi I'm Brittney

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a mother and wife and LOVE staying at home. My chicklets are my WHOLE world, I was born to be a mother and LOVE it! I have never found more joy in anything else. I graduated with my BS in Communications with a Minor in Interior Design from BYU-Idaho in 2007 just before I had my first child. I LOVE everything beautiful-from the sunsets to Christmas trees. My husband is currently a Dental School student, and we are loving and enjoying this time in our lives. Being poor students does NOT mean its a miserable time. I do NOT like to be cold, but have recently decided that I am not a huge fan of humidity either! I do however LOVE to be around family and friends and often times find that they are one in the same.

Why I am a Mormon

Nothing has ever felt so right as when I am living the principles taught by the gospel. I have lived on both sides, and I would NEVER go back. The PEACE that I have in knowing that my Heavenly Father loves me and has provided a way for me to return to Him, its priceless. To feel His love and know His plan, and know that I can be with my family FOREVER, I could NEVER walk away from that. I can't even begin to describe the difference I feel in being an ACTIVE member of the gospel and not. It is night and day. I am honestly and truly a VERY happy person, and I attribute that to the gospel. Not to say that I don't have bad days. . .oh I do, like we all do. But each night when I pray to my Heavenly Father, I receive peace and KNOW that I am in His watchful care. He will not leave me, and I try to live my life so that He can be ever close. I know my Heavenly Father loves me because I feel it. Knowing and feeling that love, I can't describe it in any other way than it feels like "home".

How I live my faith

I do many of the things so many other people do. I go to church each week. I pray at least 6 times day between meals, and morning and nightly family and personal prayers. These prayers are where I get SO much of my strength. We do daily scripture study at night as a family. On Monday nights we have a small lesson-I have a toddler, that doesn't always make for easy lessons-and activity. At church I teach the 6 turning 7 year olds in the primary and so I teach a Sunday School lesson and then go to and participate in a singing and sharing time with them. Preparing these lesson's each week helps me stay fresh on the stories from the scriptures. At home my I am CONSTANTLY singing primary songs with my little guy and trying to teach him about his Heavenly Fathers Love for him. I also have sisters from church that I am assigned to go and visit and share a lesson with each month. On top of the visits we try to make sure that if there is any additional needs the sisters need-meals brought in, children to be watched, etc- we try to help in those ways to. I personally pray for promptings from the spirit to help me know when sisters in the ward may need something. Even if its just a card in the mail, or dropping off some pepridge farm cookies with a small note. I find that I tend to do this the most when I am going through a difficult time myself, it helps me to forget my own problems and feel my Saviors love not only for me but for those I am serving.