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Hi I'm Adrienne

I french braid hair, coordinate outfits for holidays & photos, and balance the family budget. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I grew up in Oregon as the oldest of four kids and now I have four terrific kids of my own. In college I studied Finance and met my husband of 11 years. I worked as an auditor until our twin daughters surprised us by arriving six weeks earlier than their due date. Soon after, my husband joined the Army as a communications officer and we spent spent 4 1/2 years as an Army family. We have been out of the military for five years and since then have added another daughter and a son to our family. I am a stay-at-home mom who would love to find more time to be at home. In my free time I enjoy playing tennis, reading, organizing, and making family movies. There's nothing I'd rather do than spend time with my family. We love to explore new places and do things that will create lasting memories together.

Why I am a Mormon

I believe that we are all children of a loving Heavenly Father who has a plan for us. Jesus Christ is central to that plan as our Savior and Redeemer. The Atonement of Jesus Christ makes it possible for us to return to our Heavenly Father and be with our families forever. Being a Mormon brings direction to my life, gives me the tools to overcome challenges, and helps me become a better person. When my husband was in the Army he served two year-long deployments to Iraq and I was home with our twin daughters. As I relied on prayer and scripture study, my belief in Jesus Christ was strengthened and I was comforted and lifted up on a daily basis.

How I live my faith

I try to live my life by following the example and teachings of Jesus Christ. As a family we pray together, study the scriptures, and attend church every Sunday. I work with my own children as well as the children at church to help them come to understand Jesus Christ's love for them and the truths found in the scriptures.