Ever since Ken and I were first married, we've talked about how important community is to each of us, individually and collectively. We believe we were created to be in community, a place where real life happens. Where real relationship grows. Where authenticity + brokenness walk hand-in-hand. A place of freedom. Over the years, this… Continue reading Community
my sweet maui girl Hau'oli La Hanau, sweet Ruby! We had so much fun celebrating our precious girl this past Saturday, alongside close friends + family + our dear maui neighbors (most of whom are now fully vaccinated!) It felt like a long time coming, as we've missed having little parties with friends during the… Continue reading Happy Birthday Ruby!
It's Tuesday and I'm listening to the neighbors above me mowing their yard ever so deliberately during my children's nap time (kidding, I'm sure they don't know it's nap time...right?!) I'm a bit nervous that my youngest will wake up, and also holding any attempts at nap time loosely as I think she's in that… Continue reading My Stitch Fix Review + $50 Stitch Fix Credit
This week is dragging a bit. Does anyone else feel it, too? Today, baby girl would not nap. I tried and tried, and after about 45 minutes of her doing not-so-quiet "quiet time" I finally caved and got her out of her bed. All three kids are now happily running through the house playing chase.… Continue reading An Easter Tea Party
It's a unique blessing to be born + raised on the island of Maui. As a child, I had no idea how truly fortunate my family was in owning their own land which they cultivated with fields of kalo (taro), apple-banana, mango, coconut, papaya, breadfruit, starfruit, avocado, liliko'i, pummelo, and various herbs. On weekends, my… Continue reading Our Maui Taro Farm