By Braddah Lance
I can't say enough for da ohana support dat Da Wife and I have in helping to raise Da Baby. Every time there's a situation - like wen she goes through febrile seizures - it's just a relief to know dat someone has our back in any way, shape and form. We count our blessings everyday dat we have support from many hands to help shape and mold Da Baby into wat we believe she should be and how life should be lived.
Every time something comes up and we gain anoddah experience from it, we can't help but be extremely grateful for those times we have da ohana support as we constantly wondah how da heck single parents - or two parents but only one does da actual work - manage da extreme responsibility of raising a child. I can't even begin to fathom how one does it by themselves as there are many a time dat frustration would boil ovah. So to all you single parents out there, I tip my hat and bow to your strength in staying steadfast.
Da Baby is no longah Da Baby as she will turn three in September, so I guess she's graduated to Da Keiki and will have to pass on da title to her little baby braddah.
Wassup Wit Dat!
Yup, you read right, her baby braddah.
About a month ago, Da Wife and I welcomed into da world our second keiki, now Da Baby. He weighed in at 8.14lbs and 21.5" long which I've been told is pretty big. I'm still wondering who da heck da father is as those aren't my Asian trademarks.
10 fingers, 10 toes and as healthy as can be - aftah some complications da first week - but I just hope da WWD! gene hasn't passed on to him. Sleepless nights have begun as diapers fill up the trash but Da Keiki has been a terrific big sis so far singing to him and helping watch ovah him.
E Komo Mai to da WWD! world............. got any tips or mo'olelo's to share da second time around?
Happy Feel Good Friday!
I wore dis shirt especially for da birth........ it says, "The Magic Is In The Hole".