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Hi I'm Brittany

I'm a stay at home mother to 4 children. I love all things crafty and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

 I attended college to get an education on one of my passions-languages. I learned to speak Italian, nearly fluently and had exposure to many foreign languages. Shortly after my best friend got home from his mission we were married in the Washington DC Temple. He took me on my first trip outside the US for our honeymoon we traveled around the Mediterranean by cruise ship and then stayed in Rome for three days on our own. Soon after I added traveling to my list of passions. We had our first child, a daughter, a month early and also a month before our first anniversary. Our second child, a son, was born 16 months after our first child. Our second child was 14 months old when our third child was born. And our fourth child was born when the third child was 3 years old. So, currently we have a 4-, a 3-, and 2-year old and also 2 month old. My family, motherhood and being a wife, is another of my passions. In my spare time, ha-ha, I love doing artsy/crafty things. I love sewing, quilting, cross stitching, taking pictures, drawing, and scrapbooking. I love baking, and used to love it even more before I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. I still sneak in some extra carbs from home baked goods here and there! 

Why I am a Mormon

I find purpose in being a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. I know who I am--a spirit daughter of a God and King. I know what that means--that I have a divine nature and can become like Him. On those days that I am struggling in ways that I think no one else could possibly understand, my testimony of the atonement and Christ's love for me help carry me through. These are a few of the reasons I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

 In the church, I participate by going to the "new member Sunday school class". There, I support my husband, who teaches the class, as well as welcome those who might be interested in learning about our religion or who have recently joined and may have questions. I am also in the presidency for the young women ages 12-18 I'm the secretary. I enjoy hearing the enthusiasms from those girls. Their excitement for life reminds me of my purpose here on earth.

How can I know Mormonism is true?

Brittany
 You can know that Mormonism is true by studying it and then praying about what you have studied, as well as the church in general. The Holy Ghost or Holy Spirit as some may call him will convey that knowledge to you. This can also be done with many other things! The Book of Mormon, for example. Show more Show less