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Hi I'm Nancy

I'm a mother of 2, wife to a busy OB/GYN resident, entrepreneur, first time home owner and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am an entrepreneur, a mother of two and a wife to a very busy resident OB/GYN. I attended BYU and have a Masters of Accountancy. I enjoyed working before I had children, however, I have decided to primarily stay home with them an act as CEO, CFO and Chief Sanitation Officer of our home. This has not stopped me from developing my business skills. I keep myself busy rotating 3 different businesses through 3 different seasons during the year. We just bought our first home, and I love to watch HGTV and find fun, affordable ways to decorate our home. Everyday when I go to be I am in awe at the wonderful things in my life that the Lord has blessed me with.

Why I am a Mormon

As a child my father left the LDS church and became an Atheist. My mother was diligent in taking me and my siblings to church. I always enjoyed my time at church and loved the teachings. Although there may have been times that I questioned little things, I never once felt I would ever leave the church. My heart burns with a conviction that it is true. I'm happy to report that not long ago, my father rejoined the LDS church and is a dedicated member of his congregation. As I look at my life, I feel so blessed to be given direction from my faith. My faith in Jesus Christ and his teachings has shaped so much of my life. I'm not sure where I would be if it weren't for the LDS Church, but I am very pleased with where it has taken me. I count my membership as one of my sweetest blessing.

How I live my faith

As a young mom, I have a strong conviction that we are God's children. We are here on this earth learning to follow him in a very similar way to the way my children learn to follow me. We all mess up, but we are all learning and are very loved. It's a journey. I enjoy taking my children to church and watching them learn the important lessons I learned in my childhood. They say, "it takes a village to raise a child." My ward family is my village; they play a very important role in helping raise my children in this sometimes very confusing world we live in. I've lived in Texas, Indiana, Utah, Ohio, and Arizona and each place had a very strong, helpful, loving ward family to welcome me. I'm not sure how I would survive living far away from family without my friends I meet at church.