We’re four separate households with one thing in common. We love our children and we try to do our best everyday. Here, you can read about loads of things from delicious foods to miniature whales. You’ll find many different approaches to raising babes and maybe even have a laugh!

It all started on a hot, Korean day. We had all gathered together at the pool. The sun was shining and the weather was sweet.

Two of us had babies and three of us were pregnant. We started bonding over our similarities and differences. We were four different women from four parts of the world. America, Canada, Zimbabwe and St. Martin all gathered together in Asia.

Pool dates became the thing to do and the place to be. We’d bring food, let our babes go wild and chat all day!

Our true romance didn’t start until later on that year. We celebrated Christmas day at Chez Willis (the affectionate name of our favorite hang out). We each brought food and gathered with our families. All the babies had been born. Our play dates started happening more frequently and one day, one of us had the others over for lunch. We’ll never know who initiated the first real meeting, but it was the beginning of great things to come.

From that point on we spent most days together, cooking, eating, laughing, and sometimes crying. We were each others’ life rafts in the new world of motherhood. We’d try all kinds of new recipes from shawarma to biryani, some passed down from our families and some from the awesome interwebs. We concocted little beverages, prepared delicious desserts and talked about babies, breastfeeding, husbands, military life and everything in between!

By summer time we were like white on rice to one another.

Now, months later, we all live in four different parts of the world: Hawaii, Germany, Colorado Springs and South Korea. We are still bonded together by our love for our children, food and each other!

Hopefully, this space allows you to benefit from our lives shared.


12 thoughts on “About

  1. Such a fantastic way to keep in touch and share your experience with others! I am thoroughly enjoying reading all your blogs. You guys are an inspiration. I love that there is such diversity in your backgrounds and that you write from so many corners of the world. Motherhood is truly universal, it’s what you all do so well, in each your own way. And you are so pretty too!

  2. Glad you found each other. Great friends are sometimes better than family. You might like my story about the three moms in my life who are all kidney donors. Bob

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