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Hi I'm Meghann

I'm somebody's daughter, wife and mother. And I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a stay at home mom while my husband works outside the home. In other words I'm the laundress, chef, housekeeper, nanny, dog walker and chauffeur of our home. And I wouldn't change a thing! I love being home, raising our daughter. When I'm not chasing a toddler around the house you can find me on Pinterest looking for my next DIY project, in the kitchen baking yummy fattening treats, on the couch with my nose in a book or catching up on my DVR. And I always try to squeeze in an afternoon power nap!

Why I am a Mormon

I was born in the Church to faithful parents. It was very easy for me to ride on he coat tails of my parents testimony's but there came a time in my life when I needed to decide for myself if the Church was for me. I was a young adult, no longer living under my parents roof. I began to question certain things. Why did I go to church every Sunday when mom and dad weren't there to make me? I made it my priority to gain a testimony of the Church for myself. Upon reading the Book of Mormon and fervent prayer I knew there was no other life for me than that of the Church. My testimony regained it's strength as I studied the principles of the Gospel. One principle in particular, that families can be together forever, gave my life purpose. I knew that i wanted to be with my family for all eternity. And for that reason, I am a Mormon.

How I live my faith

I live by faith by being a servant in Christ's Church. I teach young children that of the Gospel including living by example for my own child. My husband works with the missionaries in our ward and I enjoy getting to know investigators and new members that attend church. It's good for them to get to know familiar faces and it allows me to share my testimony often.