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Hi I'm Nikki

I'm a mother, dental school wife, massage therapist and want-to-be perfect homemaker. I'm a Mormon!

About Me

Hi, I'm Nikki. I'm a wife and a new mother of one very active little boy. I've lived in Oklahoma, Tennessee, Utah, Arizona and currently in Kentucky as our family works through Dental School. I'm a massage therapist by trade but have hopes to aspire to become like my mom as I learn new home-making skills.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the church but wasn't truly converted for myself until my teenage years. My little sister and I were the only members of the church in our high school so many looked to us for their view of the church. It wasnt too difficult for me being only one of two members, if anything it made it easier for me to make righteous decisions since I needed to be a representative of the church. I didn't come to truly appreciate the church until after I was married in the temple though. Everything about the church just made sense to me. If there is something good in life, it comes from Heavenly Father. If there is something not so good in life or you have negative feelings, it comes from the opposite, Satan. Easy enough. Life is better when you're happy and the church has helped me find happiness through its' teachings.

How I live my faith

I try to live my faith by my actions towards others. I think it's important to be willing to help others out even if it's just letting them go ahead of you in line at the grocery store. I try to have patience with people. Yes, even the slower drivers. I also try to find joy in every day life and share that joy with my son and those around me.

What is being a Mormon like?

Nikki
You just try every day to improve yourself and grow closer to Heavenly Father and Jesus. "Try a little harder to be a little better" While doing so you live your beliefs every day. Not only when you're home by yourself or just on Sundays. Its a way of life. Show more Show less