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Hi I'm Megan

I'm a wife. I'm a mother. I'm a dance teacher. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love date night with my husband. I love my kids, I want them to be happy. I love to eat chocolate. I love to turn up the music loud in the kitchen while I'm working. I love to teach my kids about the world, and to watch them discover new things. I also love quiet nap times. I love to teach dance with passion and to watch dancers that move with passion. I love expressing myself through art and movement. I love the Savior Jesus Christ and I know he loves me. I love being a mormon. I love how living the Gospel changes how I do everything.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because it is true. And knowing that it is true requires me to do something. It requires me to live it. When I live the teachings of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, I grow. I feel like I am starting to grow into my best me. I know that becoming my best is what makes me happiest now and and will make the biggest difference in the future. I'm so grateful for my savior Jesus Christ, and that I have his teachings available to me in my life right now.

How I live my faith

I am a young mother of 3 children. To me, being a mother, is unlike anything I have ever done. It requires me to stretch myself in every area possible. At the end of the day, I just want the best for my kids. I want them to be happy. And when I live my faith and rely on the Lord to guide me, I know I am giving them just that. Living the Gospel of Jesus Christ brings me true joy. And I can see it giving my own children a light and a greater purpose to their own lives. I'm also a dance teacher. But I don't just teach them dance. I feel like the Lord has blessed me with a talent and that it is my responsibility to not only strengthen their technique, but to strengthen them as individuals. The more I rely on the Lord to guide me as I teach and love my students and build their character, the better teacher I become. There is no doubt in my mind that living my faith as I teach them is what has made the biggest difference in my students. And I love it.