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Hi I'm Regan

I am a wife. I am a mother. I am a Mormon.

About Me

I absolutely love being a wife and a mother. I have always dreamed of having kids and now I am pregnant with our second child. We have a 7 month old baby boy who we adore. We wanted to have our first two kids close so we started trying early. We are so excited! I love people and cherish my friendships and my family. Being around people makes me feel whole. My husband and my son are my best friends and I can't imagine my life without them. I have a bachelors degree in Psychology and I loved studying it. I believe it helped me become a better wife, mother, and person in general.

Why I am a Mormon

I have always had a strong testimony of prayer. There have been several instances in my life where I have had my prayers answered in a big way. I know my Heavenly Father hears me and answers my prayers. I know the LDS church is true. I have studied the gospel and prayed to know the truth. When I listen to the prophets and apostles speak I know they are speaking for God and that they receive direct revelation. I know they are speaking to me and my family. I feel the same way when I am at church.

How I live my faith

I love being a member of the LDS church. My parents were inactive until I was 7 years old and I remember what it was like without the gospel in my life. I love going to church every Sunday and am excited to teach my children the gospel as they grow up. My husband served a 2 year mission for the church in the West Indies and is now the Ward Mission Leader in our ward. We both love sharing the gospel and I am excited to one day serve a couples mission with him. My husband and I are also primary teachers for the 5-7 year olds in our ward. It is a lot of work but also a lot of fun. I love kids and teaching them is a great experience. In a previous ward I was called as a Relief Society teacher (teacher of the women ages 18+ for one hour during church) and it was probably one of my favorite callings. I miss being able to go to relief society even though I love teaching the kids. Being in that room for that hour long class uplifts my spirits and give me encouragement and strength. The relief society sisters have such good hearts and want to help everyone in need.