Motherhood is...leaving time for silly

March 20, 2015  •  5 Comments

Our son has recently been talking about the level of "silly" of myself and my husband. He has said, "mama is actually more silly than daddy." I don't normally think of myself as silly. I'm busy working, trying to keep track of the often shifting family schedule of activities and responsibilities, and attempting to keep everything in perspective. I do know that children can be very perceptive, and my son possesses a very great capacity for being silly, so he has a good understanding of the concept.

 

We recently had the opportunity to visit the Dole Pineapple Plantation on Oahu. We took a train ride, went through the outdoor maze and had some of the famous Dole Whip (the one you can also get at Disneyland). It was good fun, for sure, but silly? I'll let you decide.

 

If this is my level of silly, I'm never giving it up...ever.

 

Thanks to Andrew for the proof. =)

 

Please go over and check out fellow mother, Jessica, on her blog: http://wp.me/p5oqQw-jl

 

~Leilani

 

 


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Leilani Paular(non-registered)
Thanks ladies!
Courtney Rust(non-registered)
Sooo cute! So glad you joined the circle!
Jessica M(non-registered)
Gorgeous image and I love that pineapple :)
Kelly M(non-registered)
Adorable. We visited the Dole plantations last year and have almost the same pic in the giant pineapple! Pretty sure the song from the train was stuck in my head for nearly a week after.
Ashley Cherry(non-registered)
I love seeing your silliness mama!
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