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Hi I'm Nicole Todd

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in the desert of Southern Idaho. After graduating college I took a leap of faith and found myself teaching 2nd grade in the South Eastern part of Washington DC and attending graduate classes part time. Being a new teacher, going to school, and adjusting to life away from family was difficult. I was taught a lifetime of lessons in those few years that changed me forever. I loved being surrounded by so many opportunities to learn and grow as an individual. After living on the East Coast for a few years I began to miss my family back West. I moved with my husband to Northern Idaho where he attended and graduated law school. While living here my two sons were born 22 months apart. My husband graduated from law school and we took another leap of faith and moved back to Utah where his family lives. He didn't have a job and no real prospects of one. My family has now lived in Utah for several months. My husband took and passed the Utah Bar and found a job. I get to stay home with my sons. I really love my life! My two young boys are absolute wonders to me. I am excited to be a mom and a wife. I have been blessed with a marriage that is filled with love and devotion. I am married to my best friend and together we get to raise two of the cutest boys around. 

Why I am a Mormon

I believe that Jesus Christ is the Redeemer of the World. I find hope, faith, and light in my testimony of Him. I know that He has led and guided me. My joy comes in my belief of Him. He has not left us alone. He has given us a Prophet to guide and direct us. That Prophet is Thomas S. Monson. The guidance that I receive from the Prophet and the Twelve Apostles shapes my life by inspiring me to live better and be better.

How I live my faith

I teach Relief Society to the sisters in my ward. I love this opportunity to reflect upon the gospel principles and how we should be applying them to our lives to be better people. I also am a mom. This requires constant prayer and devotion to be better able to teach values that are important to me and my faith.