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Hi I'm Nathalie

I was raised in Tennesse and am the youngest of 8 children. I am now the mother of three. I love to sew and create. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a stay-at-home Mom of two (almost three, young children). I married just before college graduation and began teaching elementary school until we began our family. My passions include sewing, quilting, and creating things for our home and my children. The most important thing to me is spending time with my family and nuturing the relationships we have. I grew up as the youngest of eight children and learned many very valuable life lessons from the actions and choices of my older siblings. The person I am today has been shaped by the combination of the teachings of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and observation of the results of what life becomes when those teachings are not adheared to. I try to find joy in the small things that make up each day and am grateful for the life and happiness I get to experience in this earthly journey.

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into a family who taught me the Gospel. I was baptized when I was eight years old, but vividly remember the night, four years later, when I first felt and recognized that Jesus Christ was my Savior and Redeemer. I was twelve years old and was impressed by the promptings of the Holy Ghost that I had a Father in Heaven and that there was a plan for me on this earth. I have since felt the Spirit of the Lord countless times in my life. I am a Mormon because I know that there is safety in following the commandments of God. I continually feel overwhelmed by the great blessings I have been given and know that many of them would not be possible if I did not strive to follow the teachings of Jesus Christ.

How I live my faith

I know that I am not a perfect person, but I try to follow the example of Jesus Christ. Each day is a new chance to become a better person; someone with more patience, who is more kind, and willing to help others. As I teach my children, I try to be a good example to them as we read scriptures, pray together and try to find ways to serve those around us.