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.
I’ve heard so many stories about women having to fight for the most basic of maternity rights at work. Sometimes employers don’t even know how they should treat pregnant workers, so you may have to educate your boss. It starts with knowing your rights.
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Even though the Super Bowl was in my home city of Atlanta, I did not watch the game. Reason No. 1: I’m black. Reason No. 2: Reason No. 1 won’t be changing anytime soon.
So I found five things to do instead of watching football on Sundays.
New Orleans is the best place to travel if you want to let loose with little judgement. Use the city’s carefree culture as an excuse to get out of your comfort zone and try something new.
Don’t waste your time on omelettes, salads and burgers. Get shrimp and grits, gumbo, po’ boys, etouffee, red beans and rice and oysters, Honeycomb mom Jerusha Washington said. Drink, dance and laugh with the people you love.
That’s exactly what the seven writers of Honeycomb Moms did when we celebrated 10 years in Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority together in The Big Easy.
When a woman announces she’s having a baby, the baby becomes the center of attention instantly. But don’t forget new parents. Give them gifts they won’t think to ask for, like sleep.
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.