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Hi I'm Hannah Curnutt

My name is Hannah and I've been a member throughout my life.

About Me

To start out, I am 4' 11' weigh about 100 lbs and my social security number is...just kidding! Hello everyone! My name is Hannah Curnutt and I am a middle child of four. I have two brothers (one older and one younger) and one older sister and two loving parents. I am a fun lovable person who enjoys anything exciting/ adventurous. I also like to play video games from time to time as well as reading books. I love reading fantasy, fiction, and manga...yes manga, I'm a nerd just a heads up guys haha. I'm have a slight obsession with collection nail polishes and painting nails, but not my own. I enjoy painting other peoples nails instead of my own just because I don't have any, I bite them yes. I also did Marching Band for 4 years in High School and I played Clarinet. I miss it terribly because of all the excitement and the music pieces I did it was such an adrenaline rush. During my first year in band, my band was invited to attend the BOA in Florida. Currently I'm attending BYU-I and working to get my associates degree in Early Childhood Development. Hopefully, one day, I want to open a daycare/ preschool in my own home. I love working and being around children because it brings out the inner child in me. Anyways, that's a simple watered down version of who I am.

Why I am a Mormon

I've been a Mormon since I was born, but I never really lived it till after I went through that medical trial. Since then I have tried very hard to live like a Mormon. I have many friends/ family members who aren't of my faith, but I still love them anyways. Every chance I get, when it's appropriate, I try to tell my friends why I think a certain why and why I believe in certain things. I am a Mormon because I want to help bring my friends come closer to our Savior.

How I live my faith

When I was in the 3rd grade, in Las Vegas, my mother noticed that I was the shortest child in all of my classes. She was very concerned and was worried that I would be bullied, so she took me to all the doctors she could find to see if I was ok. I had to do a series of tests from what I remembered, but all the doctors said that I was ok and that I should hit a growth spurt sooner or later. When I was 12 I moved form Vegas to Pocatello, Idaho. A few months later my mother set up an appointment with a pediatrician in town, he could't diagnose me but recommended we saw his good friend in Utah. So we set an appointment in 3 months. During those months I had to take a lot of blood tests, bone scans and what nots. Before I knew it I was in the waiting room and in a nervous reck. I was seated in a room and sat there for almost an hour before he came in. He introduced himself to us and we introduced ourselves to him. After talking he then told us what my mom was waiting for. He diagnosed me as having IGF-1. A case in which I didn't produce enough growth hormones in my body. He prescribed me a medication that I would take every two days, not only was this a miracle but the fact that this was FDA approved two years prior. Needless to say that 8 years later I went from 4' 3" to 4' 10". It was a miracle I would never, ever forget and I am so blessed to have a mother that would never give up. Because of her faith and support for me I now live my life like she does. Whenever I go through a trial I always look at the light at the end of the tunnel. I always stay positive and think "I will gain something from this experience." At times it was very rough to think like this, but I always try to think of what I might gain from a trial I am going through. To be all honest I love trials and I am thankful to have them, because without them I would't be the woman I am today and that is how I live my faith.