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Hi I'm Aimee

I am a wife. I am a mother. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I have wanted to be a wife and mother ever since I can remember. I have had the blessing of becoming a mother and forever my life is changed. Ever since that little miracle entered into my life, I made a promise to do whatever it took to stay at home and raise my children myself. I have had several different jobs through out the years working to help bring income into our home, and still be able to dedicate my time to my sweet family. I have found my latest joys sewing, reading, crafting, baking all with my little ones. My favorite being photography. I love capturing the small, sweet moments of childhood & motherhood before they are gone far too quickly. I believe a picture is worth a thousand words, and I hope the photos I take of our family and everyday life keep talking long after I am gone.

Why I am a Mormon

I had the blessing of growing up in a Mormon family. They set wonderful examples of charity, prayer and service. However, that is not why I am a Mormon. I am a Mormon because I have had my own life experiences that have tested and tried me hard. Did I mention they were hard? At those times in my life, it wasn't the faith of others or what they had done that helped me through them, but my own. I had seen what the gospel of Jesus Christ had done in their lives, and was blessed to put it into action in my own life. I gained a personal testimony of Jesus Christ. I felt His loving arms around me in my darkest hours, comforting me, bringing me peace. I know with out a doubt we have a loving Heavenly Father who has designed a wonderful plan for us. I have felt Him. I know He hears and answers my prayers. He loves us. He wants us to be happy. He is there.

How I live my faith

I love being a Mormon and all of the happiness it brings me and my family. Together, we attend church on Sundays, read scriptures and pray together. We share family nights on Monday nights together. On those special nights, we study the Gospel together, enjoy activities together, create memories and serve others. I have had the blessing of serving the children in the church. I love teaching them about Jesus Christ and the love He has for each of them. Watching them learn and grow is an experience all in it's own. It is amazing. I am ultimately the one who is being taught. I also am able to serve women in of my faith. By visiting them monthly I have come to love these women dearly and have gain life long friends. The joy and happiness that comes from serving others is so very rewarding. These are just some of the small things I enjoy about being a Mormon.

What do Mormons believe about the Holy Ghost? Who is the Holy Ghost?

Aimee
As a Mormon, I am grateful to have the Holy Ghost in my life. He is a member of the Godhead, as well as Jesus Christ and our Heavenly Father. All separate beings, but of one purpose, and that is to save us. The Holy Ghost acts as a spiritual guide, guiding us through life. He testifies of truth, He can comfort us and bring us peace. The peace and comfort is real. I have felt it personally in my life. The Holy Ghost acts as an interpreter between us and Heavenly Father & Jesus Christ. He conveys the message from them in a way we can understand. Some times it may come as a warm feeling, other times a whisper, sometimes even just as simple as peace and comfort. When we pray to our Father in Heaven, He answers us through the Holy Ghost. He is a messenger, teacher, guide and comforter. He is essential to the Godhead and to our daily lives. Show more Show less