The Art of Feeding - VLOG

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The Art of Feeding - VLOG

Our latest adventure is learning the ʻArt of Feedingʻ. Iʻve been exclusively breastfeeding ʻŌmea since she was born. Iʻm one of those mamaʻs that will feed her baby anywhere. Itʻs weird to me that breastfeeding just became legal in all 50 states. So there was a time when it was ILLEGAL to breastfeed in public? Thatʻs insane! Thankfully most of Hawaiʻi is ʻaccustomedʻ to the necessity of feeding your baby no matter where you are. I just think its so wrong to shame moms for feeding in public. READ MORE…

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Mohala Eyewear Interview: Why getting pregnant was the best thing for performing artist Kimié Miner’s career.

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Mohala Eyewear Interview: Why getting pregnant was the best thing for performing artist Kimié Miner’s career.

Mohala, in the Hawaiian language means to blossom, bloom, shine, and to be free. I recently did this interview with Mohala Eyewear founder Ashley Johnson for her Evolving Elegantly Blog. I just love her mission of empowering girls in the world through education.

Every sunglass purchase sends a girl to school for one week!
You can help girls blossom and shine. 

Here's our interview…

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1:11am - Reflections of a Working Mama

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1:11am - Reflections of a Working Mama

Can I be honest? I’m tired 💤 ! But of course I can’t sleep. So while Iʻm up late I find myself reflecting on these past 4 months. I’ve never loved someone as much as I do this child, but I’d be lying if I said it wasn’t hard at times... for all of us in this new family. My baby bird is 4 months today and weʻre still adjusting. Read more…

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HĀPAI | to carry

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HĀPAI | to carry

I didnʻt initially plan to put out another album but once I discovered I was hāpai, I couldnʻt stop my creativity from flowing. Every note and word I sang now had new, deeper meaning… READ MORE

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Inoa Pō | The dream

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Inoa Pō | The dream

Exactly 2 years after my dream, I found out I was hāpai. I could feel her mana and knew it was my ʻŌmea. From that moment on everything changed in my life… READ MORE.

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