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Hi I'm Amber

I'm a mother of twins. I'm a mother of triplets. I'm a videographer. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a quirky blonde who loves to create beauty in video. I also love to cook! Anything that has to do with the kitchen I love it. I like to test my food creations on my wonderful children. I have twin boys and triplet girls! My husband and I were high school sweet hearts and got married 4 months after he arrived home from his mission. I love him because he makes me laugh. We aren't perfect parents but our kids love us anyway ;) The most important thing to me is a happy family and marriage. My home is not always spotlessly clean nor are my kids but I love my home!

Why I am a Mormon

I have been a "Mormon" all my life. It is easy when your young to follow what your parents do without any question. I did not really choose to be a Mormon until I was in my teens. That is when I learned for myself the LDS Church is true. I remember going through a hard time with some of my peers from Church and having my faith really tested for the first time in my life. I couldn't ride on my parents testimony any longer and I couldn't blindly follow them to Church every week. I had to find out for myself if it was true. I began searching the scriptures, praying and fasting to find an answer. I really wanted to know for myself. I wanted that unshakable faith Moses had, the undeniable knowledge that my Savior lives and knows me. I am grateful that my prayers were answered. My experience was sacred, I was blessed to gain a greater understanding of the gospel and it's truth. I know the Lord lives and loves me. I found this out for myself. I can not deny it . I love the Lord my God and will serve him forever.

How I live my faith

I currently serve the wonderful children in our Church. I love it! I am able to spend time teaching the youth of the Lords Church. How could it get any better? Here I learn the very basics about the gospel. The things that will make us happy and feel loved by our Lord. I admit that it is not easy and at times I feel the Lord pushing me and giving me strength. I am trying to learn every child's name and visit every less active child. We have around 160 children! I love them so much and admire their simple faith. If I teach them about the Savior they never question if it is true they just believe. Oh that we all had that faith.

Can you tell me about Mormon customs: how you dress for church, what holidays you celebrate, etc.?

Amber
When we go to Church we always try to look our best. We believe we are going into the house of the Lord. In fact our Churches are dedicated as being just that. We are also going to renew covenants we have made with the Lord. This is sacred and should be given the proper respect. Women wear dresses that are modest. Meaning they have sleeves, the skirt doesn't go above the knee and the neck line doesn't show cleavage. Men wear white shirts and ties with dress pants. Often men will wear a suit as well. Children will dress in their Sunday best also. However no one is turned away if they don't have a dress or tie. All are welcome and should always feel accepted. Members of the Church celebrate Christmas and Easter. These holidays are particularly special to us as they celebrate the birth and resurrection of our savior Jesus Christ. We absolutely are Christians and love the Lord. We also celebrate national holidays. Many of our members reside in different countries so these holidays can be very different. Valentines day, St. Patrick's Day, Fourth of July, Halloween, Thanksgiving, all of these plus more are holidays I celebrate with my family. Speaking of family we can't forget birthdays and of course our wedding anniversary! Holidays and special occasions such as these are a wonderful opportunity for us to build lasting family relationships. Show more Show less