Huffington Post Praises 'YouTube Mormons' for Keeping Church Tradition Of Journaling Alive

Ellie and Jared Mecham's YouTube channel is full of the minutiae of daily life. The two young parents upload vlogs of doctor's appointments, family backyard parties and trips to Babies R Us.

But because the Utah couple made a commitment to post videos daily, they also capture the unexpected, but ultimately very significant moments, of their lives -- all the lows they faced during their struggle with infertility, and later on, the first time their baby boy laughed.

They're certainly not the only vloggers on YouTube who post to the site daily, but there's something remarkably spiritual about the couple's videos.

The Mechams are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, or Mormons, and the impulse to record life events for posterity has a long and rich history within their faith. 

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