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Hi I'm Courtney

I'm a mom to quadruplets living in upstate New York. I'm a Mormon!

About Me

My husband and I are the proud parents of two year old quadruplets. We feel so grateful to have these children in our lives after undergoing infertility treatments. Becoming a mother has been the most rewarding experience of my life and I feel so lucky to have this opportunity. Before meeting my husband and having children, I went to Utah Valley University where I graduated in Business Management. While attending UVU I had the opportunity to study Art History in London, England, taught English in China, was heavily involved with student government, and spent a year volunteering with Americorps. After college my husband and I were married in the Palmyra, New York Temple and moved to Las Vegas. We had a great time going to shows, playing Bingo, and enjoying the warm winters. In Vegas I worked as a Volunteer Coordinator and Event Planner for a non profit that worked with transitioning homeless veterans to the workforce. Life is quite the adventure and we sure are having a fun time!

Why I am a Mormon

My husband and I have witnessed countless miracles in our lives. We have seen the miracles that can happen with the power of prayer and fasting. I was having a hard time in Las Vegas while going through fertility treatments and was starting to get homesick. My husband and I both felt prompted to pray to see if we should stay in Las Vegas or move to New York to be near my family. We both received an answer to move to New York and started the process of moving cross country. About a month later we found out we were pregnant with quadruplets. We know our promptings to pray were inspired by our Heavenly Father. We did not have any family in Las Vegas and can not imagine raising our quad squad with out help from family.

How I live my faith

I have the awesome opportunity of working with our youth at church. Every week I get to teach and learn from our Young Women (12-18 year old girls).