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Hi I'm Aubrey

Hey there, I'm Aubrey, a happily married mama to two rambunctious kiddos with a hubby in law school. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am the oldest of six children with two hard working parents. I met my husband at 19 and two years later, we both served missions, him in the Ogden, UT mission, and I in the Sao Paulo South, Brazil mission. I got back in March, he got back in May, and we were married in July! Some things are just meant to be right? We both graduated from college and now we (and I say "we" on purpose!) are working on a law degree. I'm a stay at home mama to my two crazy kiddos, who keep me very busy and frequently laughing...or yelling. (c: We feel like life is moving way too quick for us most of the time, but we are trying to enjoy every minute of it. We will miss it someday, right???

Why I am a Mormon

I'm a Mormon because I know that this is Christ's true and everlasting gospel restored to the earth. The world is getting more and more confused and turbulent everyday and I am constantly grateful for the direction and purpose that the teachings of the church give my life and the lives that He has entrusted to me. It's so easy to be pulled in different directions, but the gospel and my faith in my Savior are a compass and a guide that constantly point me back to the path that makes me the most content and happy. I'm so grateful for our modern day prophet and for the insight and inspiration he constantly gives us. It is a much needed comfort in this crazy life! I love my Savior Jesus Christ and I know that it is only by Him and through Him, following his perfect example and accepting his sacrifice, that I will be able to be eternally happy with my beautiful family by my side.

How I live my faith

I just got done participating in the Boy Scout program for the youth 8-11 years-old as a Cubmaster where I was in charge of the monthly pack meeting. I am now a Sunday school teacher in the church's womens organization called the Relief Society. I prepare a lesson once a month on a gospel subject with the hope of inspiring and uplifting my fellow church members. I also participate in a church program called visiting teaching where I visit several women that I know in the church, along with another member, to talk and share a gospel related message once a month. We also check up on them and their families to make sure they are being taken care of or if they need anything, or just someone to talk to.