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Hi I'm Meagan

I cook, I clean, I run, I plan, I read, I love, I serve. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I am a daughter to wonderful and loving parents. I am a sister to 5 brothers! I am a wife to a caring and handsome doctor. I am a mother to 3 beautiful kids. I love and am grateful that I get to stay home and play house all day (most of the time-wink). I love being a mother and a homemaker. I love cooking clean and nutritious food and trying new recipes. I enjoy running and yoga and dancing- especially with my little ones. I grew up helping my dad raise and race pigeons. I have lived anywhere from a tiny little town to a very large busy city. My goals include writing a book, learning to sew, and having a garden one day.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the church, but I have gained my own testimony and have had my own experience with learning that this is truly the Church of Jesus Christ- His complete gospel on the Earth again today. I so grateful to know that I have a Savior who suffered all things for my sake and who knows me personally and who can strengthen my weaknesses. I love that the family is central to the church and I love knowing that my family is eternal. I love that there is always room for growth and that no matter our background, experiences, differences etc. the gospel can help each and every one of us.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by being a mother. I feel it is so important to raise my children to be good, humble followers of Christ. I get to serve in the church by teaching and helping the youth ages 12-18. I also love the opportunity the church gives me to visit other women and to be uplifted together through our experiences, through service, and through learning to rely completely on our Savior. I live my faith by repenting and using the Atonement. I live my faith by trying to change for the better every day.