Forgiving your Family

  “The gospel of Jesus Christ challenges us to change… Repenting means giving up all of our practices-personal, family, ethnic, national- that are contrary to the commandments of God. The purpose of the gospel is to transform common creatures into celestial citizens, and that requires change “ Elder Dallin H Oaks.I like that quote because it has made me see repentance and change in a way…

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Faith and the Family

  “Happiness in family life is most likely to be achieved when founded upon the teaching of the Lord Jesus Christ.” The Family: A Proclamation to the world. I have witnessed such happiness as my family has made Jesus Christ the center of our home. Establishing a foundation of faith is very important in ensuring a family’s eternal success. Studies have shown that families who establish…

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3 Benefits of Sexual Intimacy in Marriage

  Sexual Intimacy wasn't spoken on much growing up; perhaps for the right reasons. I’ve always heard that I should wait until I’m married to have sex or be sexually intimate with someone and though I never fully understood the reason behind it, it always felt like the right thing to do. I eventually learned that it came from the bible and that it is in…

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Wholesome Family Recreation

  I am sure that we can all agree that 2020 has been a different year. A year full of heartaches and reflections but despite all that has happened so far, I know that there is still much to be grateful for. I think that it has helped a lot of us to recognize the importance of family. While many of us were thankful for the…

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Mother Nurture

“One cannot forget mother and remember God. One cannot remember mother and forget God. Why? Because these two sacred persons, God and mother, partners in creation, in love, in sacrifice, in service, are as one.”—President Thomas S. Monson. This is one of my most favorite quotes by one of the past Presidents of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. It reminds me so…

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Am I parenting the right way?

I think at some point every intentional parent stop and ask themselves this valid and simple question. After all, we are just trying to do the best we could as parents. Because I’ve always wanted to be a mother I knew that type of mother I wanted to be. I knew I wanted to raise my children with love and compassion.  I’ve learned that being a…

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3 Valuable Questions To Consider Before Getting A Divorce

  Some time ago I came across an article on the internet that says we are the disposable generation and I couldn’t agree more! We use and then we toss. And, that goes for anything and anyone. Marriages are being treated like iPhones and divorce is the updated IOS! Dallin H Oaks said “We live in a world in which the whole concept of marriage is…

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4 Ways to build a Happy and Healthy Marriage

  “Marriage brings greater possibilities for happiness than does any other human relationship. Yet some married couples fall short of their full potential. They let their romance become rusty, take each other for granted, allow other interests or clouds of neglect to obscure the vision of what their marriage really could be. Marriages would be happier if nurtured more carefully.” President Russel M Nelson.It is not…

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Life Update: My unexpected new normal

  I wish I can sit here and give you an update saying that I have been MIA because of this luxurious trip to Bora Bora sipping on some nice refreshing cocktail (non-alcoholic, of course) and having some good ole family fun!I know, I know who fantasizes about a trip Bora Bora with family? I do and If you haven’t been able to tell by now,…

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Falling in love with my husband

  Love is so versatile! It is messy, goofy, exhausting, and beautiful! Gosh, I love, love. Do I sound like a hopeless romantic? I sure am! Have you ever had the feeling of knowing that something is meant to be? I’ve had this feeling several times throughout my life. I especially had this feeling after I met my husband. I didn’t fall in love with him…

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