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Hi I'm Nicole

I'm a mother of 5. I love rainbows, staying fit, and I'm a mormon.

About Me

I am a stay at home mom to four (soon to be five) beautiful children. I traded in my potential law career to be a wife and stay at home mom. I love doing new things with my children! I served as a former MOMS Club president and love to live a healthy and active lifestyle. I love working out, yoga, blogging, and staying active with my children! I believe raising a family is not always easy, but we sure can do the best we can!!

Why I am a Mormon

I am a mormon because from the earliest age of remembrance, I can recall always feeling close to God. I grew up in a non-denominational church setting; but always had a feeling in my soul that there was more. I didn't know about the Church until I was in my late teens. I went through a time of questioning different faith paths. In the middle of my questioning phase, I heard the story of Joseph Smith and how he had a similiar experience in his life. I could definitely relate. Everything made complete sense and after I got baptized, I felt right at home. I immensely feel God's love for my family and I as a member of the church. I am the best version of "me" that I can be as I follow the gospel. I love having the constant guidance of the spirit as I live out my days. The focus on on family and the divine gender roles that I have learned about while in the church has helped me to be the very best wife and mother. I know deep in my soul that the church is true and that this is God's kingdom on earth.

How I live my faith

I believe the best way to show others my faith, is by living a daily example of it. I'm a volunteer at my children's' school, and love helping neighbors and friends when I can. Sometimes, living out my faith is just being at home with my children (knee deep in playdough) :), and creatively teaching them new ways to live the gospel!