We’ve planned. We’ve birthed. We’ve learned. The consensus: Don’t stress over the perfect stroller or carrier. You’re amazing, so you’ll make anything work. Consider these products recommendations to make life easier from the seven Honeycomb moms.Read More
Many people ask my husband and I what we will get our daughter for the holidays. And when I answer nothing, we are met with surprise, confusion and sometimes looks of disappointment. We want to have a holiday season full of memories not toys she probably won’t play with through the new year.
Instead, here’s my list of experiences we would love to share with her in our home city of St. Louis.Read More
When a woman announces she’s having a baby, the baby becomes the center of attention instantly. People want to know the sex. They want to know how many months the developing fetus is. They even plan to spend a little something on gifts for the little one before he even makes his debut.
The people that often get overshadowed in the new baby fuss are the parents, so don’t be that friend. Think about what to get new parents for Christmas early.Read More
Anyone who knows me knows I have no problems asking for what I want. I’m too old to play coy. I know what I want, and I’m not going to pretend I don’t. So every year I make a Christmas list and send it to all my friends and family.Read More
I was in my third trimester when I decided to have one of my favorite local soul food spots cater my family’s Thanksgiving meal.
My husband, Donzell Floyd, and I ate at the restaurant, This Is It! BBQ & Seafood, at least twice a month, so I felt like I hit the jackpot when I learned they offered Thanksgiving catering for just less than $130.Read More
My beloved (in my Iyanla Vanzant voice) turns 1 year old next month, and I couldn’t be more excited about planning his party.
His theme is Storybooks, Paintbrushes and Wonder. And although I can easily rattle off storybook and artistic needs, I was a bit overwhelmed thinking of educational toys that inspire a sense of wonder and curiosity.
Luckily for me, I live in the digital age.Read More
Before my son Donovan’s birth, I had every intention of breastfeeding exclusively. I didn’t want to confuse him by adding bottles to the mix too early.
So my plan was to hold off on bottles a few weeks, then convert my abundant supply of mason jars leftover from my wedding centerpieces into glass baby bottles.
There’s even a whole company (Mason Bottle) devoted to the concept, so I knew my plan was a winner.Read More
I’ll be the first to admit the breast pump has always felt more like a foe than a friend. So when I got a chance to review alternatives to the popular breast pumps, I jumped on it.
In exchange for my honest opinion, Aeroflow shipped me one Motif Duo and one Motif Twist free of charge.Read More
I'm just going to say it. We're pretty great. Not only are the Honeycomb moms gifting you our best tips for saving money on diapers, but we've done a pretty crafty evaluation of how popular brands hold up to the generics on leaks.
After all, we're not talking about generic Oreos. Effectiveness matters when it comes to diapers. Who wants to make changing pee-soaked sheets part of her daily routine? Not I.Read More
I had just given birth to my youngest daughter Wrylee when my husband and I decided to hire a nanny. He was working as an engineer at the time. I was balancing an intense pharmacy school schedule, and we also had a 2-year-old, Wryen, in the mix. So we needed the help.Read More