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Hi I'm Fawn

I am a wife and a mother of 4. I love crafting and spending time with my family. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a mother of 4 children. I love spending time with my family. I love crafting of every type. If I see something I have never done before I see it as a challenge to learn and master that skill. On my list of to do's: woodworking! My husband and I love socializing. We love finding any reason to have a get together. I grew up in a blended family. My mom had four children and my step-dad had 8! It made for very large and interesting summers and Christmas's! I enjoy having family dinners with my parents and as many siblings are around.

Why I am a Mormon

I grew up as a member of the LDS church. There was never any one special huge moment that told me this was the true church. I would say it was more like a compilation of small moments. Singing a song in primary and feeling the Holy Spirit; reading the scriptures and really understanding what I was reading and feeling they were true; I used to have long discussions with my step-dad about gospel principles; family home evening. All of these things reinforced the truth for me. The Holy Ghost was always there to guide me and let me know that was I was hearing or learning was true.

How I live my faith

I believe every moment in life is a moment to teach and live the gospel of Jesus Christ. Every moment can be turned into an opportunity to teach my and other children. I am a den mother in the Cub Scouting program. Working with young people is one of the greatest callings. I love to see how they work together. I love to see their eyes light up as they learn a new skill or connect everyday life with things they have learned in church. I believe one of the greatest ways to teach is to not do things for those you are teaching but guide them to the truth. Life experience is the greatest teacher, and having the Holy Ghost to guide me helps me to know when those I am teaching need a little bump in the right direction. There is no difference between who I am and my faith. My faith is my life. I live it everyday. We are one and the same. I do not take time off from it because I don't take time off from myself. I strive to make myself a better person everyday by following the teachings of Jesus Christ.