I’m Stephanie. I’m a mother who blogs for fun, posterity, and therapy. I wrote a couple books. I teach in the department of Church History and Doctrine at Brigham Young University. I live with my husband Matt, our three children, and a disgruntled cat in the foothills of the Utah mountains. I love reading, writing, and teaching about the gospel of Jesus Christ. General conference is my love language. I have a fondness for travel, restaurants, milk chocolate, rolling green hills, warm socks, and happy conversation with friends. And, ahem, long comma lists. Life philosophy: Most problems can be solved with a good nap. When I’m not writing or preparing for teaching or speaking, I can often be found creating chore charts and living according to the dictates of the family calendar.
I’m a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Confused? Go here.), and that is a huge part of my identity and what I like to write about.
I like to think deeply and keep it real. There’s so much we women have in common, and the more we learn from each other, the easier we fill our God-given roles. So enjoy the blog, chime in, and add to the conversation.