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Hi I'm Jaime Nyman

Im a military spouse, a foster parent, a photographer and a mom of three amazing kids. I am a Mormon.

About Me

Hello my name is Jaime nyman. I am a mother of three beautiful children and military spouse a photographer and soon to be foster parent. I was adopted at a very young age and introduced into the church. I love going out to eat, hanging with friends/family, traveling, music and serving other. 4 years ago God gave me a trial that I'm still battling with that has totally changed everything. I am now a mother three beautiful children but now with leaky gut. 4 years ago I was diagnosed by an allergist in our small town we were stationed at. I was allergic to over 38 different foods. Lettuce, carrots, sugar, gluten, fish, you name it I was allergic to it. My life completely changed and did a 180. My life is a bit different now compared to what it was...for the better... I am a pioneer cook, 24/7 mom/wife and a daughter of God learning a NEW hobby being still or as what God would say "Be still my soul" and lastly I am a Mormon.

Why I am a Mormon

I'm so grateful for this fullness of the gospel that is restored upon this earth today. I can honestly say my life wouldn't be the same if I didn't have The Church of Jesus Christ of latter day Saints in my life. In the darkest of times when it feels like the sun will never come up and it always does for others...but not for me I have always had the constant companionship of my HeavenlyFather and his love saying to not give up hope...to continue to have faith. My faith and my testimony of this church is even stronger than I could ever imagine. As a mother of 3 with leaky gut...food was literally killing my body. Having multiple food sensitivities, constant ER trips, extreme weight loss, joint pains, etc I had my loving Heavenly father guiding me. Just recently I had another episodes which landed me in the ER. The dr gave me the standard steriods, epi, and benadryl. My symptoms got worse. I had no one to give me an answer why my hives/breathing were getting worse. I felt a small prompting that I'm allergic to benadryl.I told the Dr my thoughts and even he said "thats impossible". My husband and kids were out of town. With no phone to call and a military spouse who drove me by my side...all I had was God. I prayed with all my heart to know what was going on and what to do. I told my friend to call the missionaries and to ask them give me a priesthood blessing. Those two young men who's light shined so bright came and gave me a blessing I won't forget. As I am battling for my life through health struggles, mental illness, the list that never ends...He is There! My Savior and my Redeemer is there. He has felt it all. He has taught me so much not just about keeping our bodies healthy by foods, but to be still and to wait patiently...he said multiple times to me and maybe to you...Be still my soul the Lord is on thy side. Faith is not having a perfect knowledge of things. Trust in him. I know he lives and he will come again. He knows ours heart so let's come to know his.

How I live my faith

I have been given the opportunity to serve many times in my previous wards to teach the youth. I am now teaching the primary children. When I was teaching the youth it was amazing to see their faith and to hear their stories what they were going through. In young women's as leader it was always fun to go to girls camp, chaperone youth dances and lastly to teach them on Sunday their individual worth. Who they are. Now I'm teaching the young children in primary. Whether it be teaching them by singing a song or sharing time or even to just give them a hug to let them know...they are loved. Each place as I serve not only at church by in my community it amazes me the small and simple ways how the Lord moves his hands in all things.