Swinging her magical 'Ohe (bamboo) wand, Laki happily skips through the forest. She is enchanted by the beauty of nature and eager to share the blessing of her good luck Mana (spiritual energy) with her Ohana (family) and friends.
Laki's personality reflects the meaning of her name: Lucky. Laki's presence attracts good luck, abundance and prosperity.
Significant Hawaiian tokens of good fortune and prosperity magnify Laki's Mana. Her magical wand, the Hawaiian 'Ohe (lucky bamboo) is adorned with 2 powerful conch shells and a small green Honu (turtle). Like a magnet, it attracts good fortune in all areas of life.
Laki's Tutu (grandmother) wove her Plumeria Haku (head lei). In Hawaii flowers represent good luck. Tutu also sewed Laki's green dress and crocheted matching green panties and little shoes. Tutu adorned the shoes and the dress with green crystals. The color green embodies abundance and prosperity. The crystals symbolize magic. All these things were Tutu's gifts of Aloha (love) to her beloved Mo’opuna Wahine (granddaughter).
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