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Hi I'm Sarah.

I'm from Littleton, Colorado. I went to Columbine High School. I'm a stay at home mom of 4 kids under 4. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I recently gave birth to identical twin girls. Their addition to our family makes 4 kids under the age of 4. It's a busy life but I love where I am and what I'm doing! My husband and I are both college graduates and most recently my husband got his MBA. After searching for a job for nearly 2 years, my husband is employed and we feel grateful for the means we have to support our family and recognize how difficult it is to scrape by when jobs can't be found. As a stay at home mom, I wear many different hats in a typical day: short-order cook, maid, buddy, comforter, disciplinary, teacher, etc. I am also a runner and find peace and confidence when I take time for myself on the road. In our day, the world's view of a woman who chose to stay at home and raise children isn't always a positive one. But I can tell you that I would never have it any other way. Being a mother has taught me patience, sympathy, temperance, and the ability to love more than I ever thought possible.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I receive strength and determination through my knowledge that our Savior has suffered everything and knows our trials and how to succor and help us. I find peace in my daily struggles and challenges by turning to the words of the prophets and heeding their counsel. My resolve to stand true to my values and standards strengthens my children and my husband and we are happy when we live the commandments of God.

How I live my faith

I love music and I love children and I've been able to teach the young children in our congregation songs and hymns that celebrate our faith in our Savior Jesus Christ. I've also had the opportunity to teach the young women in our congregation and lead them in performances for their parents and leaders where they are recognized for their spiritual merits and acts of service. This year I was also asked to organize a talent show for the members in our area. It was a lot of work but seeing the kids and parents participate and open up and show their personalities brought our congregation together.

How can we stop the spread and influence of pornography?

Sarah.
My oldest child, a son, is five. Before he started kindergarten this year, we sat down with him and talked about what might happen and what he might encounter at school. We explained the sacred nature of our bodies and how they're private and are to be treated with respect. We talked about how they needed to be open with us and always feel comfortable asking us questions and telling us if they felt uncomfortable or scared about something they witnessed. I believe that keeping an open conversation going with our children will help them feel safe and able to discuss concerns should they arise. I believe that instead of worrying about taking away their innocence and not addressing the issues until they become a problem, will only allow influences to take hold and it will often be too late. We should not be embarrassed but should be happy and willing to talk with our children. There are many resources on how to protect our homes and families from these influences and to help us teach our children the sanctity of marriage and sexual relationships. Show more Show less