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Hi I'm Christina

I grew up in Indiana in a large family that I love. I'm a wife, the mother of three children and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am the mother of three children. I have always wanted to be a mother and stay home with my children. I want to have a big family because I grew up as part of a family of eight children. I love having so many people that care about me and to be able to get so many different perspectives on things. We aren't perfect, but we love each other, and thats all that counts. I'm going to go back to college soon to finish my degree, so that I can show my children the importance of a good education. I love going to movies and listening to music, and traveling. Last I counted, I had been to 35 of the United States. I like to create things with my hands, weather it be little crafty things, of a set of shelves that I have to put up from the store. I like keeping myself busy. My favorite pass time is spending quality time with my family.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up in the mormon faith. I have always been very aware of the blessings and closeness that have been brought to me and my family as a result. I am greatful for the comfort and joy brought to me by the things I am taught, such as eternal families, and recieving strength from the Lord through our trials. I can feel Him with me as I go through hard times. I have a firm faith in the need for families and that is the central teaching of the church. As I have gotten older and have learned to analyze things, I have realized that the teachings of the church make sense. If you approach any topic with an open heart, the truth of the gospel will shine through.

How I live my faith

I live in a small town, and the community is very important, I strive to contribute as much as I can to my community to make my town a better place. The church teaches us to serve those around us and be part of the community, and I look for those opportunities. My most important duty is my children. I do my best to raise them correctly, so that they in turn can help make their comunity a better place. I feel that our legacies live on through our children.