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Hi I'm Kristin

I'm a Mom and wife. I love to bake foods that send me to the dentist. I'm a Holiday fanatic, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a stay at home Mom 2 kids. My husband and I have a little girl and little boy. I enjoy doing crafts and baking yummy foods. I love cute things (who doesn't) especially if it is something I can dress me or my family in-or put in my house. Just trying my hardest to keep up with my family and the day to day demands of life!

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I know Mormonism is true. I did grow up in the church but that doesn't mean I HAD to be a member. It was a choice and still is. My testimony of the truthfulness of the gospel blossomed through my teenage years, and I continue to grow and learn as I attend church and search for things on my own. It is a way of life I could never live without. It allows a light into my life that without being a Mormon would not be there. Being a Mormon has brought me more happiness than anything else. It has brought me a loving family that I can now be with for all eternity. It has brought me a knowledge of who I am and where I am going, and it brings me constant peace and joy. I know my life is a gift and that there is a purpose and plan for me. This is especially comforting now that I have a family of my own. I know that not even death can separate us, and that is the best feeling. Heaven just wouldn't be Heaven without my Husband and kids. And I know I have a loving Father in Heaven and a Brother who laid his life down for me so I may live with them again. I am forever indebted and try to live my life to show my eternal appreciation for that wonderful sacrifice.

How I live my faith

I am currently involved in my ward and work with all of the sisters by being the Visiting Teaching Coordinator-I organize what groups of women visit who in our congregation each month to bring unity and fellow ship. I enjoy my calling, though it is a lot of work. But I do not mind. I know the church needs volunteers in order to keep everything organized, and I am happy to step up and help. Doing this has blessed mine and my families' life.