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Hi I'm Whitney Stevens

I love sports, babies, and seeking adventures. I have a dream of going alligator hunting, and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am a Junior at Brigham Young University studying Exercise and Wellness. I think life is meant to be fun and enjoyable and I was born with the attitude of "let's see how many people I can make feel awkward today." I have been baby hungry since the age of 16 and can't wait to be a mom. I will not settle for less than 5 kids and hope my house will be the party house because I wont be a regular mom, I'll be a cool mom. Along with being a mama, I think my calling in life is working with teens and youth and with my degree I hope to coach sports and help young people make it through their teenage years and grow up to be good, hardworking people. I love chevron print and the color turquoise and I would eat sushi for every meal if I could. Two of my life dreams are to go alligator hunting and adopt a baby girl from China. I love my family, my friends, and my faith.

Why I am a Mormon

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has shaped me into who I am today. By following the guidelines and commandments given to us by our prophets, I find happiness and freedom from hard and sad situations. I feel peace and joy in my life because I know my purpose here and I know that through God's plan I can be with my family forever. I have found comfort and peace in the Book of Mormon and know that combined with the Bible, it contains the fullness of the gospel of Jesus Christ. I love being a part of a church that is so centered on family and upon Jesus Christ, and I love being a Mormon!

How I live my faith

I live my faith by being a positive example for those around me. I feel responsible to make people feel loved and happy, and want to make sure everyone has someone they can depend on. I stick to my standards so that other people feel more comfortable sticking to theirs.