A bit about me:
I live in Honolulu, and have a 4-year-old daughter and a 2-year-old son. I love them more than anything in the world, and they drive me bat-shit insane.
I’m married to a man who makes up songs about my ugly sweatpants.
I drive a foul-smelling minivan encrusted with sand, Cheerios, raisins, boogers, and other toddler filth.
I am totally not an Earth Mother. I don’t churn my own organic yogurt, or take mommy-and-me yoga under the waning moon. I recycle, and try to be a good person, and keep reusable totes in my car that I remember to use about 30 percent of the time.
Our family motto is “The family that hams together, jams together.” I don’t know what it means either. We just eat a lot of ham and thought it sounded kind of awesome.
I don’t claim to be a parenting expert, but what I do know is, if you’re down to your last diaper, your kid WILL take a giant crap. Guaranteed.
So, the point of this blog is to share parenting ideas and issues with other Hawaii parents, and to share my own experiences, both at their best and their most horrendous. Enjoy.