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Hi I'm Nicole

I'm a wife and a mother and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a wife and a mother of two beautiful children. I am a stay at home mom who enjoys baking and crafting. I also like to read, do yoga, clean, play board games, crochet, and sew. I love to think of new things to do with our kids and creating fun activities for them is one of my highlights. Anything to get them excited about learning and experiencing something new. I love new adventures and new challenges.

Why I am a Mormon

Growing up in a home where we were taught the principles of the bible I knew the love of Heavenly Father from as far back as I can remember, but I always felt like there was something missing. I would go to church, read my scriptures, and pray often, but eventually I walked away from it all. My husband had grown up being LDS but was inactive when I met him. After we had our daughter and moved halfway across the country we both felt like we wanted more for our family, so set out to try some of the local churches but still coming home feeling unsatisfied. A few days later two missionaries showed up on our doorstep and encouraged us to search, ponder, and pray. After just a few short weeks of having the missionaries share lessons with us we knew and felt in our hearts that we could have the fullness of the gospel in our lives and bring that spirit of love and peace into our home. When we went to church for the first time we knew that we were right where we belonged. Becoming a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints was the best choice I have ever made. My life is now filled with peace and love and a sincere fullness of the gospel.

How I live my faith

I have had the privilege to build relationships with many women in our ward through visiting them on a regular basis. I love to surprise them with a small treat each time I visit; a little token to let them know that I was thinking about them. I have also had the grand opportunity to help plan events for the women of our ward to help them build relationships with others and be uplifted and encouraged throughout their week. I hope that through my involvement and actions the other women feel as blessed as I do to be a part of their lives.