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Hi I'm Jennifer

I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love Colorado because I love to snow ski. We spend every possiable day as a family in the mountains at Winter Park. My husband and I have five children. Three boys and two twin girls. I also enjoy wakeboarding, swimming and fishing. I am a stay at home mom and I am attempting to become an author of YA novels- Chick Lit.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in the LDS faith and through out my life I have had what I call defining moments where I have asked myself the BIG questions. Those questions have led me to my knees questioning what I was taught as a child. One such moment was when my third child was born. He was somewhat premature but the biggest problem was his heart. The doctors told us on a scale of 1-10 (1 meaning he would be halethy and live 10 meaning he would die) he was at a 9. They didn't think he would make it through the night. I have never had my faith in God tested the way it was through that time. I found myself pleading to my hevanly father for strength. I wondered if I could handle the reality of loosing a child. It really was my oldest son who taught me in that time. He knelt down in his baby brother's hospital room and prayed for him to get better. Somehow he just knew that Hevanly Father would answer his prayers. He did. My little son came home from the hospital a week later perfectly healthy and now he is an active entergetic elementary school child. Faith is easy when times are easy but when things are hard it is when you really realize how strong you beleive. I know Hevanly father saved my little boy.

How I live my faith

When Christ was resurected he told peter to feed his sheep. I beleive that when you love the savior you will take care of his children by serving those around you. I am active in my area by currently leading a group of cub scouts. They are cute and entergetic little boys that I get to serve weekly teaching them to be patriotic and how to have respect for our country. I also make an effort to take meals to those who are sick or have emotional needs in my neighborhood. It is the most fun when you do service without others knowing you did it. My son calls this our families own way of doorbell ditching. We take goodies to someone and then door bell ditch them so they don't know who brought them the treat. Life is not easy and if we build each other up we can make things just a little better for those around us.