3 THINGS THAT MAKE ME WHO I AM
My sweet friends... there are three things that are most important to me. These three things will tell you why I am who I am.. So pull up a seat, grab a blanket, pour some tea (or if your like me, warm up some hot coco) and get comfortable.
1. My husband is the church
Oh my, where do I start? He is my light, he is my rock and most importantly he is my #1 fan. If there's one thing I've learned in the past year and 2 month's, it's to SHOW YOUR LOVE OFTEN! He number 5 in a family of 16!! Yes they are all blood and no there aren't any twin's.
He's a Church and yes we go to church. He is my light because he has brought me back into the gospel after a long detour. We are LDS and we love the gospel.
He's my rock because he take's care of me and our sweet little baby. He is strong. He's my bestfriend. I can trust him with anything. I tell him all the silly thing's I think, he watches all the weird things I do and loves me for it.
LADIES LET'S NOT FORGET WHO OUR BIGGEST FAN'S ARE. He support's me in everything I do. He the one that's cheering me on in the back and probably the first to read this. He never forgets to tell me how pretty I am. What a man he is!
Wedding Day- Oct-14-2016
2. I am the mom
My sweet baby girl is named Elena Mya. I love her to death. It's true that you never really know or understand a mother's love until you have a baby of your own. She has a heart of gold at only 2 1/2 months. I can't believe how big she has already grown!! She was born at 7 pound's 6 ounces, and 19 inches. The birth was seriously a breeze!! I couldn't believe it. Can I just say that she is truly a gift from Heavenly Father in all ways. I couldn't be happier. She sleeps throughout the night, loves to be held but is also perfectly fine by herself.
Elena @ 2 1/2 months
3. Respect for my higher power
As I've said before I am LDS and I'm proud of it. I have relied on him throughout my whole life. I know that with him in my life there is a spring in my steps. I experience a true feeling of pure happiness and love. (All at the same time, it is seriously the best feeling in the whole world) I grew up in the church but as I grew older I began to think that the church wasn't really "my thing" although as I learn to grow in the gospel and I now know that religion isn't just for people that are lost or sad. It's for people that hope for more. It's for people who want more.. It's for everyone.
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