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The Spirit Of Kapa

Kapa is a fabric made by native Hawaiians from the bast fibres of certain species of trees and shrubs in the orders Rosales and Malvales.

It is similar to barkcloth found elsewhere in Polynesia , but differs in the methods used in its creation. Kapa is based primarily on the creative combination of linear elements that cross and converge to form squares, triangles, chevrons, and diagonal forms, giving a feeling of boldness and directness.

Cultural anthropologists over the course of the 20th century identified techniques in the creation of kapa that are unique to the Hawaiian Islands. The process of making kapa was done primarily by women. Young girls would learn by helping their mothers, over time doing the majority of the work, and when older could make kapa by themselves.
The kapafamily is inspired by these strong women who are as resilient as kapa.

Mom is the superhero of all strong women,because we know just how stressful both the maternity & mom life can be.

Nothing is stronger than a mother

“Being a mother has been the most challenging and the most rewarding position I will ever hold.”
- Cathy Shaffer.
Being a mother is learning about strengths you didn't know you had, and dealing with fears you didn't know existed,You can easily complete almost impossible challenges.And that is the incredible strength of a mother! To show up and give it her all even when she doesn’t think she can.

Nothing gives more than a mother

“Raising my kids is my choice. Sometimes I give up things or go without for them. I don’t regret it. My life is and always will be for my children no matter how big they get. They haven’t ruined my life; they have given me a whole new view on the meaning of life. I couldn’t love them more than I already do.”
- J.K. Rowling.
Every day you do your best to show up and give it your all, because your children need you to.Every day you show up and give it your all, because you are their mother.

Don’t tell a mom she looks tired; She can see it. She can feel it. She knows she is exhausted. Instead, tell her she is doing a good job; because she might not see it. Might not feel it. And she might not know it.

Motherhood is about real life. A million moments that make up a journey. Each journey special in it’s own way — some easy, some hard.

From trimesters to birth plans. From “what if’s” to “what not’s”. From first time mamas to those who have done this more than once.

Whatever the journey— "Strong And Beautiful, Just Like Kapa"