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Hi I'm Tiffani

I'm a stay-at-home mom of three kids. I love to write, read, sing, and create art. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a mother of three small children and the wife of a law school graduate. I've lived internationally (Hong Kong, China) and loved it, but prefer small town living. I love to read, write, sing, and create things--whether it's food in the kitchen, crafts, paintings, or art sculptures. I can play the violin and piano, but I get more satisfaction out of singing. I love learning and plan to finish my bachelor's degree in English and Art. After that I hope to get a degree in Nutrition. Meanwhile I plan to homeschool my kids. My dream job is to paint murals, teach art lessons, and create commissioned artwork. I love to hike, dance, and play with my children. I love being a stay-at-home mom!

Why I am a Mormon

I was born into the church and always knew it to be true. I chose to be baptized when I was 8 years old. When I was somewhere around 11 or 12, I wondered if I was just blindly going about being a member of this church or if I really believed in it. I decided to pray and ask if what I was being taught was true and I felt a warm feeling of peace in my heart. I knew then and know now after many similar experiences that Christ lives and loves me, Joseph Smith restored His church on the earth and that the Book of Mormon is true. I know that what I am doing with my life is what God wants me to do. I love Him and want to help Him love and take care of His children.

How I live my faith

I live my faith by making it a lifestyle. I pray morning and evening by myself and with my family. I make time to read scriptures by myself and we read scriptures as a family too. I use every day to practice being more like Christ. Being a mother of three little ones puts me in boot camp, but I get satisfaction knowing that I'm trying and gradually getting better. I visit sisters in my ward and love making food to give to people I feel need some love. Right now, my church responsibility is to organize getting food and servers for the local interfaith food kitchen 4-5 times a year.