SME Interviews

Mommy Ginger shares interviews with momtrepreneurs that will inspire you through and through!

An Interview with Jenny Ong, the owner of Mama.Baby.Love

Jenny with husband Stanley and their 2 kids

Jenny with husband Stanley and their 2 kids

 

Jenny is the wife to a fantastic photographer, Stanley Ong and mom to 2 adorable kids, Naima and Erik. She’s also a government employee and a lawyer licensed in the Philippines and New York State. She loves bargain hunting and online shopping. She also enjoys holding talks and meeting like-minded families, discussing natural parenting topics with them.

 

Jenny with Baby Erik

Jenny with Baby Erik

 

Stan and Jenny have been married for 5 years. They have been together since 1998. Jenny used to work in a big law firm. Now, she’s working for the government. She’s a part-time mompreneur as she has a day job. Through her blog, Chronicles of a Nursing Mom, she promotes and advocates principles of natural/attachment parenting such as breastfeeding, babywearing, cloth diapering, baby led weaning and gentle discipline. “My goal is to see a society where these principles become the norm – to see Naima grow up and have her family in a setting where natural birth, breastfeeding, babywearing, etc. will be practiced and established,” says Jenny.

 

Ginger: Hi Jenny! Can you tell us more about your business?
Jenny: My business is Mama.Baby.Love. I carry fab fun finds for moms and babes to support the natural parenting lifestyle. I have been in business since May 2009.

Momtrepreneur Jenny's Mama.Baby.Love

Momtrepreneur Jenny’s Mama.Baby.Love

 

Ginger: Who is your market for Mama.Baby.Love?
Jenny: My market would be primarily women – moms who would like to adhere to a natural parenting lifestyle e.g. babywearing, cloth diapering, breastfeeding. I also carry cloth menstrual pads and menstrual cups to promote a green period.

Nursing bra available at Mama.Baby.Love

Nursing bra available at Mama.Baby.Love

 

Ginger: How did you come up with this idea and what made you decide to start this kind of business?
Jenny: I started this business because of dearth of affordable nursing bras and accessories locally available. My line has expanded and now includes different products that my family uses and enjoys.

Cool Pumping Band available at Mama.Baby.Love

Cool Pumping Band available at Mama.Baby.Love

Breast Milk Storage Bags available at Mama.Baby.Love

Breast Milk Storage Bags available at Mama.Baby.Love

 

Ginger: Were there any obstacles that you faced when you decided to pursue becoming a momtrepreneur? What are these?
Jenny: Time management. Since I’m juggling so many things, I needed to learn how to delegate. Happily, I was able to find help who understood what I needed and wanted.

Cloth Pads from Mama.Baby.Love

Cloth Pads from Mama.Baby.Love

Piggy Paint from Mama.Baby.Love

Piggy Paint from Mama.Baby.Love

Ginger: Do you have plans of being a full time momtrepreneur?
Jenny: As of this time, I have not decided whether I want to become a full-time mompreneur.  While I enjoy Mama.Baby.Love, the business-side is actually driven by my interest in the natural parenting advocacy.  I also miss being a lawyer and handling cases, especially my intellectual property practice. I am still deciding if I want to go back to a law firm or staying on with my government job or pursuing Mama.Baby.Love full time until the kids enter grade school.   I enjoy the challenges of being a work out of home mom and believe that each mom is different.  Not every mom wants to be a WAHM and being a WAHM is not the end-all or the best decision for every woman.

Each to her own and do whatever works for you and makes you happy

Ginger: What are three traits that you think a momtrepreneur should have when starting their own business?
Jenny: Perseverance, Openness and being ethical.

Ginger: Is there any unforgettable lesson that you learned as a Momtrepreneur?
Jenny: Time management is crucial.

Ginger: What advice can you give to other Momtrepreneurs?
Jenny: Choose a business that you are interested in and passionate about. Don’t just “go with the flow”. Know your business, know your market – understand their needs and address them. Choose a niche that you will excel in.

Ginger: Thank you Jenny for giving us insights on how it is to be a momtrepreneur while still working. I’m sure a lot of moms out there enjoyed and learned from your story especially those who still have a full time job, but are thinking of going into business.

Mama.Baby.Love Contact Information:
a. Website – www.mamababylove.com. Blog is www.chroniclesofanursingmom.com
b. Multiply site – fabnaima.multiply.com
c. Email address – jenny@mamababylove.com
d. Mobile Number – 09228982713
e. Facebook Page – www.facebook.com/MBLStore
f. Twitter account – @mamababylove
g. Pinterest, etc. – @mamababylove

An Interview with Momtrepreneur Cai Sio, the owner of Paper Chic Studio

Cai is a wife to her BOS (Beacon of Strength) and a mom to two beautiful kids, Yukie (28 months) and Raizo (7 months). She’s a full-time working, breastfeeding/pumping momma and a mompreneur. She’s a programmer by profession but her ultimate dream is to become WAHM someday. She also blogs about her adventures and mishaps as a mom on Apples & Dumplings. She’s also one of the founding moms of Mommy Mundo SoMoms!

Momtrepreneur Cai for Paper Chic Studio

Momtrepreneur Cai for Paper Chic Studio

Momtrepreneur Cai's Daughter Yukie

Momtrepreneur Cai’s Daughter Yukie

Momtrepreneur Cai's Son Raizo

Momtrepreneur Cai’s Son Raizo

EJ, my husband actually shot the products of Cai in our condo unit. We got to bond there and I got to learn more about Cai’s business.

Ginger: Cai, so how long have you been in business?

Cai: We just launched Paper Chic Studio just last December 2012. Paper Chic Studio basically is a one-stop shop for eco-friendly and chic party supplies.

Paper Chic Studio
Ginger: So Paper Chic Studio is relatively new! Amazing. It seems that you already have numerous clients. Who do you normally get to sell to (your target market)?

Cai: Our target markets are moms and party enthusiasts who love chic party supplies and who like to DIY and who are very attentive to every little party detail.

Baby Boy Party! (Photographer: Ej Arboleda; Styling: Ginger Arboleda and Cai Sio)

Baby Boy Party! (Photographer: Ej Arboleda; Styling: Ginger Arboleda and Cai Sio)

Ginger: How did you come up with this idea? What made you decide to start this kind of business?

Cai: It all started with my daughter Yukie’s 1st birthday. I was looking for a theme for her birthday and I stumbled upon all these party planning and DIY blogs that inspired me to semi-DIY some of the party details. While I had fun planning Yukie’s party and doing the DIYs, I wished the pretty party supplies I saw were available locally and online. A year later, I was yet again planning Yukie’s birthday and with the advent of the being green, I tried looking for environment friendly supplies but to no avail. This is how Paper Chic Studio is born.

Baby Girl Party! (Photographer: Ej Arboleda; Styling: Ginger Arboleda and Cai Sio)

Baby Girl Party! (Photographer: Ej Arboleda; Styling: Ginger Arboleda and Cai Sio)

Ginger: Were there any obstacles that you faced when you decided to pursue becoming a momtrepreneur? What are these?

Cai: Balancing my day job and Paper Chic Studio is one of them and still is. Since I’m a working mom, there are days when I had to take a leave for meetings for Paper Chic Studio. I’m lucky to have a husband who helps me handle some of the things I couldn’t tend to. Another obstacle was coming up with the capital. I had to think and decide for a very long time on how much I was willing to shell out and risk for the business.

Black and White Themed Party (Photographer: Ej Arboleda; Styling: Ginger Arboleda and Cai Sio)

Black and White Themed Party (Photographer: Ej Arboleda; Styling: Ginger Arboleda and Cai Sio)

Ginger: You mentioned that you thought long and hard on how much capital to place into your business. What do you think momtrepreneurs should consider when thinking of how much capital to place into a business idea? How did you decide on yours?

Cai: Business is a risk. Shell out money that you can risk without you going broke or without you feeling guilty when the business goes down. With Paper Chic Studio, I computed everything (expenses, investments, etc.) and from there I decided on how much I’m willing to spend as my initial capital.

Ginger: What are three traits that you think a momtrepreneur should have when starting their own business?

Cai: A momtrepreneur must be driven, always educating themselves, and most of all, a momtrepreneur has to be passionate about her business, products and must have trust in her products and also passionate about being successful.

Colorful Themed Party (Photographer: Ej Arboleda; Styling: Ginger Arboleda and Cai Sio)

Colorful Themed Party (Photographer: Ej Arboleda; Styling: Ginger Arboleda and Cai Sio)

Ginger: What advice can you give to other Momtrepreneurs?

Cai: You have to be creative and wise on deciding what line of product/s or business you want to sell and start. Find what you are passionate about. I guess that’s one the reason why it took me so long to start my own business because I was looking for THE ONE. When you have found what you want to do or sell, start small and expand as your business flourish.

Ginger: Thanks so much, Momtrepreneur Cai! We are looking forward to seeing more products from Paper Chic Studio in the future.

Paper Chic Studio Contact Information
a. Website: www.paperchicstudio.com
b. Email address: info@paperchicstudio.com
c. Mobile Number: +63917-8199229
d. Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/PaperChicStudio
e. Twitter account: www.twitter.com/paperchicstudio
f. Pinterest, etc.: www.pinterest.com/paperchicstudio

An Interview with Momtrepreneur Angel Cristobal, the owner of Keishables.

Angel is a full-time mom & wife and part-time online seller/momtrepreneur. She’s the mother of one adorable little girl named Keisha (26 months) and wife to a loving and supportive husband named Kirby. She is a self confessed lover of arts and crafts. She loves scrapbooking, photography, designing and event organizing (just for her family and friends).

Momtrepreneur Angel with her family

Momtrepreneur Angel with her family

Momtrepreneur Angel with her daughter!

Momtrepreneur Angel with Keisha!

Here is my interview with Mommy Angel.

Ginger: Hi Angel! Can you tell me more about Keishables?

Angel: My business, Keishables, is named after my daughter. What I do is I sell raw materials for making hair bows. It was only in the latter part of 2012 when we decided to join bazaars to sell hair bows ourselves. I founded Keishables in June 8, 2011. I’m proud to say that we are at 1 ½ old now.

Ribbons from Keishables

Ribbons from Keishables

Other designs from Keishables

Other designs from Keishables

Ginger: That’s pretty interesting. You are the first mom who I have encountered to have that type of business. So, who do you think your market is?

Angel: My market is mostly moms who also want to have their own business by selling hair bows online. I also have some clients who are crafters and moms who just want to make bows for their daughters and who do not intend to sell.

Ginger: I’m sure a lot of people would like to know how you came up with this idea, since it’s pretty unique. What made you decide to start this kind of business?

Angel: When my Keisha was born in 2010, I was really having fun making her fancy flower headbands and hairbows. Many people asked me “Where did you buy it?” and of course, proudly, I would answer: “I made it!”. That was when I thought of having my stuff available online. I went to Divisoria to buy hairbow-making materials, but unfortunately, I did not find any store selling polyester grosgrain ribbons (which is usually used for making hairbow). I found one store who sells nylon grosgrain ribbons and tried it out, but it didn’t work well because it wasn’t as nice and fluffy once you make it a hair bow.

During that time, my husband went to China and I asked him if I can order some ribbons there. I made my research and I found one manufacturer who happens to be in the same province where he was going. I ordered online and didn’t notice or even imagine that I ordered a lot! (I was thinking that the ribbons I ordered were just in small spools). When my supplier delivered it to my husband, it was 3 balikbayan boxes! He wasn’t able to bring it home due to its weight and we opted to just ship it here in the Philippines. Since I had all of these ribbons, I decided to sell some ribbons online. I was surprised with the how many people wanted to buy. Many crafters and moms were looking for it for a long time already so I started importing from then on.

Other ribbon designs

Other ribbon designs

Ribbons from Keishables

Ribbons from Keishables

 

Ginger: That’s a great story, Mommy Angel. With all of these successes, were there any obstacles that you faced when you decided to pursue becoming a momtrepreneur? What are these?

Angel: Working at home is a bit challenging if you have a toddler. My daughter wants to have “Mom and me time” for almost all of the day so when I’m working, she gets my attention by pulling my ribbons from the rack or playing with my resins or centerpieces.

Another challenge is having a permanent time for work. If you work in an office you often go to work from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, but in my case it’s usually between Keisha’s nap or sleeping time. I don’t have a helper, so that’s the only time I have for myself and work.

Momtrepreneur Keishables 0005

Ginger: What are three traits that you think a momtrepreneur should have when starting their own business?

Angel: I think every business starts with passion. Without it, you will not be successful in any type of business. Time management is also crucial for a momtrepreneur, because managing a household and business at the same time is really tough work. You also need the courage to be innovative when it comes to your service or products. Do not be afraid to introduce something new to your market and don’t be afraid of your competitors, as well. Competitors are there to bring out the best in you.

Momtrepreneur Keishables 0002

Ginger: What advice can you give to other Momtrepreneurs?

Angel: I think the best advice I can give is our word of life: Isaiah 43:5 “Do not be afraid for I am with you”. If there comes a point that you feel you have failed in your business or in any aspect of your business, always get the support of your family, most especially your husband. Pray to the Lord and claim that you will regain abundance and find solutions to your problems.

Ginger: Those are great words, Mommy Angel. Thank you for our time and I hope that momtrepreneurs out there get to be inspired with the story of how Keishables came to be.

Keishables Contact Information:

a. Email address: keishables@gmail.com
b. Mobile Number: 0917-5895570
c. Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/keishables
d. Twitter account: @keishables
e. Pinterest: keishables

An Interview with Momtrepreneur Laddale Borreo-Sy, M.D., General Manager of Luli

Momtrepreneur Dra. Laddale has been thinking of setting up an online all-natural baby shop for the longest time. Why this advocacy? This thought started when their first born contacted Skin Asthma/Eczema. She tells us more about her business idea in this interview. It was just last August 2012 when she took the leap and decided to give it a go. Basically, Luli is really just a baby in the industry, according to doctora, but even if the are fairly new, she continues to say that they have “been so blessed to have a roster of loyal clientele already and we are so thankful for that”.

Dra. Laddale and Family

Dra. Laddale and Family

Dra. Laddale and Daughter

At the Babypalooza Bazaar: her first ever bazaar!

At the Babypalooza Bazaar: her first ever bazaar!

 

Here is my interview with Mommy/Doctora Laddale.

Ginger: Hi Doc! Can you tell us more about your business?

Laddale: Luli is a little online shop showcasing all natural, mostly organic, multi-purpose, and locally handmade, reasonably priced products that your family and mother earth will surely love. What we carry are our favorite all-natural brands — BIODEGRADABLE AND SAFER ALTERNATIVES from the usual commercial products lingering everywhere, jam packed with harmful and unnecessary chemicals!

We carry a variety of products from Economical Cloth Diapers, Fabulous Nursing and Baby-wearing gears, Lovingly Handmade Soaps, Messy-no-more Green Cleaning Solutions, Safe and Natural Bath and Body Products, Wonderful Wooden Toys, Amazing Stain Removers (yep, still all-natural) to Marvelous Malunggay Products! And of course, since my husband and I have little princesses, we incorporated well-made “kikay” items to accessorize our babies with to make them look cuter 🙂

Dra. Laddales favorite bath buddies! By Nature Handmade Soap

Dra. Laddales favorite bath buddies! By Nature Handmade Soap

Ginger: Where did the name Luli come from?
Laddale: For our store name, we initially thought of lili&lulu, from our daughters’ nicknames, Lily and Lulu. We found it too long though, so we settled for Luli, which was easier to remember.

Ginger: What makes your store different from other online stores?
Laddale: What is unique is that we try as much as we can to be transparent, honest and generous with product information. If applicable and amenable to our suppliers, we include manufacturing dates, best before dates, expiration dates, prices per given volume/weight, dimensions, product container, etc. of the products we carry. We try our best to give you a visual feel of our product line. In so doing, we believe, that you will get the best of what you are looking for.

We also are strong advocates of REDUCE, REUSE, REUSE, REUSE, and RECYCLE. We try as much as we can to be resourceful and eco-friendly as possible with our packaging. So don’t expect fancy pansy wrappings and colorful, brand new boxes on our shipments. What’s more important is that the product inside and packaging outside are safe for you, and safe for the environment 🙂

Messy-No-More Green Cleaning Solutions from Messy Bessy

Messy-No-More Green Cleaning Solutions from Messy Bessy

Have a warm, aromatic, and healthy cup of all-natural Moringa Tea infused with Pandan

Have a warm, aromatic, and healthy cup of all-natural Moringa Tea infused with Pandan

Ginger: Who is your market?
Laddale: Luli caters to like minded individuals who believe in the benefits of natural, organic and earth-friendly products. Families who share our advocacy of natural parenting would also find our store a one-stop shop for their needs as well.

Ginger: How did you come up with this idea? What made you decide to start this kind of business?
Laddale: Everything started when Liliane, our first daughter was diagnosed with Atopic Dermatitis (Skin Asthma/Eczema). After exhausting commercial medications to provide relief of her itching and dry skin, we started researching for more worry-free and hopefully more effective and economical remedies to soothe her symptoms. Our search for these alternative drived our thirst for everything natural and organic. And because these products delivered their function very well (so far no flare-ups of her itch-scratch cycle since we started her on naturals), we decided why not share this wonderful advocacy that is natural parenting to fellow Filipinos. Hence, Luli.

But the number 1 reason for our pursuance of this venture is our decision to provide the best care and guidance to our precious little girls, especially in the crucial first 3 years of their lives. We believe that this can only be accomplished well if parents will be very hands-on at home. And since I temporarily postponed my hospital training, I still wanted to help provide for our family, so we decided that we open a small online store. To be honest, income isn’t much in this business. But the happiness brought about by being a Work-At-Home Mom is enough to fuel start-up of this business. And income is income, no matter how minimal.

Help increase your milk supply with 500mg of Malunggay capsule with added bonus of Vitamin C!

Help increase your milk supply with 500mg of Malunggay capsule with added bonus of Vitamin C!

Ginger: Were there any obstacles that you faced when you decided to pursue becoming a momtrepreneur? What are these?
Laddale: Being a business nincompoop, probably is the number 1 challenge for me. Those 9 cumulative years I spent in becoming a licensed physician obviously didn’t have any business 101s. But with guidance and support from my family and fellow momtrepreneurs, and of course with God’s blessings, I am, so far, coping with these challenges. Also, we don’t have any help at home and I do most of the cooking, household chores and business operations. We are still in the process of mastering time management, but we’re slowly getting there.

Ginger: What do you think are the three traits that a momtrepreneur should have when starting their own business?
Laddale: Actually, you only need just 1 — PASSION. Passion drives everything in this business. When you are genuinely passionate in what you do, faith, hardwork, patience, trustworthiness and good client relations, becomes automatic.

 

Ginger: What advice can you give to other Momtrepreneurs?
Laddale: I’m very honored to be asked of this question. We are still new in the business but being asked for advice to fellow Momtrepreneurs and those planning to venture in this business is very humbling. To my fellow WAHMs, just keep your passion torch burning and continue to innovate, create, inspire and impart knowledge and skills to our fellowmen. To our would be Momtrepreneurs or those thinking on getting into being WAHMs, GO FOR IT! Don’t overthink! Remember we are women, blessed with powerful instincts. If you feel that this is good for you and your family, just do what research you can, and then go for it! We may feel doubtful or timid at times but these are just normal feelings for mothers thinking of leaving work to stay and work at home. But of course none of these will be possible without blessings from our Almighty, so prayers really are very important. We should continue to learn, strive hard and pray to be able to sustain.

Ginger: Thank you, Dr. Laddale, for your time! We are looking forward to interview you again in the future. Wishing you continuous success in your business.

Luli Contact Information:
a. Website/Multiply site: http://www.lulibaby.multiply.com
b. Email address: liliandlulustore@gmail.com
c. Mobile Number: 09176305082
d. Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/lulihappyearthbaby
e. Twitter account: http:www.twitter.com/luli_happybaby

An Interview with Momtrepreneur Angelica Dimayuga, Mompreneur/Owner of Honeybaby

Mommy Angelica is mom to baby Kiel, who is 1 year old this January. Angelica always wanted to start a business, but never knew what kind she wanted to create and build. “I didn’t really want to be an employee forever, if you get what I mean..” Angelica says. At that time, Angelica was a Landscape Architect who used to work for an outsourcing company for an international firm. When she and her husband decided that she’d be a full-time housewife (to breast feed and be a hands-on parent), she had it in the back of her mind that she also wanted to be a WAHM someday. This was to still be able to help her husband earn for our family. Putting up an online shop is one thing she was set to do, aside from her job as a virtual assistant.

Momtrepreneur Angelica Dimayuga and family

Momtrepreneur Angelica Dimayuga and family

 

Honeybaby Online Store

Honeybaby Online Store

 

Hoot Hats

Hoot Hats

Here is my interview with Mommy Angelica.

Ginger: Hi Angelica! First of all, can you tell us more about your business? What is it about and how long have you been in business?

Angelica: The store’s tagline: Mommy-picked, one-of-a-kind baby/kids hats, headbands, and hair accessories, I think briefly describes what the brand/business is all about. Honeybaby is an online boutique of various toppers, from the quirkiest to the most adorable, well, at least I’d like to think so.

I just launched my shop June of 2012, so it’s fairly new. So I still consider myself a newbie in the online business. I get my products from different suppliers/manufacturers both locally and abroad. I am still in the stage of trying out different products, checking and comparing which has the best quality and what the consumers are most fond of. And so I am constantly on the lookout for other adorable baby hats and headbands that I could add to my selection.

Hoot Hat

Baby with Hoot Hat

Ginger: Who do your think your target market is?

Angelica: Modern-day (quirky) parents like my husband and I, who are fond of trying out new things for their little ones, especially if it adds to their “cuteness” factor (haha).

Ginger: It’s quite and interesting concept. How did you come up with this idea?

Angelica: It was actually my husband who thought of the idea. It started when we had a photoshoot with our baby, and the studio had a cute bear hat that we (secretly) wanted for ourselves (hihi), because it was so cute! I tried looking for hats similar to the studio props, but there were none available locally. There were fancy crochet hats online, but just as I was about to order, hubby said why not try selling them here and be the one to offer them locally? I think it was just him thinking out loud, but it sounded like a bright idea back then. And it clicked, thankfully!

Ginger: I’m sure that you encountered some obstacles along the way when you decided to pursue becoming a momtrepreneur. What are these?

Angelica:
Capital. First off, you need money to start a business. Since I was a fulltime mom (who recently quit her office job), I had to ask my husband if he could “invest” in my business. Good thing, he’s very supportive.

Marketing. Since the product is “new”, most parents would think twice (or many more times) before they’d buy a hat! I must admit, it’s quite a hard sell, and I have to be extra “convincing” how I present/market my products, especially at bazaars! You have to be (extra) active in Social Media Marketing (SMM) just to get the word out. Getting referrals from happy customers is always a joy. I also got to make friends with mommy bloggers, photographers, and some of my customers.

Last but definitely not least: Juggling motherhood and business. I have been an “independent” mommy ever since, and by that I mean, I have no yaya at all since I gave birth. But that’s a different story… I have had my crazy days when my time and attention is split between the business and taking care of my baby, breastfeeding to boot! But along the way, I’ve learned some “tricks” and developed an ideal routine..and it’s still a learning process, especially now that my son is almost a toddler.

Baby Accesories

Baby with red headband

Ginger: What is your long term dream for Honeybaby?
Angelica: I plan to design my own hats. I’m actually looking for local manufacturers/suppliers, because I want to support our local craftsmen. I also want to see my products in baby stores 🙂 This is why I started my online shop in the first place, because no local stores retailed quirky hats.

Ginger: What are three traits that you think a momtrepreneur should have when starting their own business?

Angelica:
Passion and Perseverance. I think these go as a pair. Any business needs the passion to start it and perseverance to keep it going!

Creativity. If you plan to be an online seller like me, build an eye-catching website that is user-friendly. My husband and I conceptualized and did the site ourselves. Think of a catchy phrase or tagline that is true to your brand, and a simple but memorable Shop Logo to go along with it. Be creative in all your marketing strategies, like host giveaways or offer something new.

Optimism. You always have to think positive however bad a situation may be. Like, if you didn’t make a sale this week, if packages get delayed etc. Just breathe, and don’t let the stress get to you. Like the saying goes, “Keep calm and carry on”. Before you know it, you’l be busy processing orders the following week.

Ginger: What advice can you give to other Momtrepreneurs?

Angelica: Always have time for your family. Yes, keeping an eye on the business is important but family still comes first. Besides, you also need a break! Remember that you are first and foremost a wife and a mother, it is your number one responsibility.

Don’t loose it! You can never escape persistent customers, however annoying they can be sometimes. Be very patient with them, after all, you’re trying to please them. It’s not just about the sale, but about making (and keeping) connections. A good feedback from your customers is always very helpful.

Ginger: Thank you so much, Angelica! We learned so much about you and your business today. I know a lot of moms learned and were inspired by your story.

Honeybaby Contact Information:
a. Website/Multiply site: http://honeybabyonline1.wix.com/shop
b. Email address: honeybabyonline1@gmail.com
c. Mobile Number: 09436790081
d. Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/honeybabyonline
e. Twitter account: @honeybabyonline
f. Blog (for promos, giveaways, and events): http://liquesantics.blogspot.com/search/label/Honeybaby

*Note: Honeybaby was mentioned by Smart Parenting Magazine as one of the new finds for new moms:
http://honeybabyonline.multiply.com/journal/item/1/ABOUT
Also, Honeybaby’s Hoot Hat is a finalist for the Multiply Origination Awards Most Original Mommy Management Idea:
http://shift-interactive.com/multiplyorigination/poll/mommymanagement.php