Welcome to Honey We’re Home, a podcast hosted by Nicole Pellegrino & Caroline Crawford Patterson. In a world where people think life has to suddenly become lame af once you tie the knot, we’re normalizing being in long-term relationships without having to sacrifice your dreams or have it all in the big city. Listen while we bitch about our husbands while also being low-key obsessed with them and give advice for keeping your friendships and life thriving. This is a relationship podcast that your single friends will also be obsessed with. Simply put, we’re here to make marriage cool again.
Honey We're Chatting About Chores and Porn
This week the girls get into a highly requested topic: the division of labor in relationships. We might not be in the 1930s anymore Lucy, but something tells us we will never escape this issue. After debriefing on games, podcasts and personal thoughts on the issue, Caro and Niki get to the uncomfortable meat of if a listener should confront her husband after discovering his online habits, which of course get psycho-analyzed beyond repair. They end with ick of the week and a listener rec!
Honey Our Friends Are In Different Life Stages
In this episode the girls go even deeper in to friendships, and the complexities that come with growing up through different life stages together. Some of us are married, some of us are single, and some of us are even going through divorces, but one thing is for sure–we're all in different places. Figuring out how to maintain our relationships with friends, despite different phases of life, isn’t as easy as you might think. The girls get in to suggestions for bringing your single friends in to your married life, the importance of preserving “girl time” and the do’s and dont’s when it comes to friendships like this. They end with love or war, ick + turn on of the week, and the ultimate rec’s for girl time in your 20s and 30s! Happy Tuesday Honeys!
Honey We're Expecting Roses on Valentine's Day
Between the Swift (oops “super”) Bowl and Valentine’s Day, it’s a busy week for all the girlies. Caro and Niki talk best, worst and most hilarious Valentine's day stories, including the year that everyone got the wrong flowers and shower-cried, girlfriend vs. wife energy, and expectations that they have no intentions of apologizing for. They end with Love or War: Valentine’s Day edition and Galentine's gifting recs of the week that are all about spoiling your girlfriends. Tune in for early morning delirious giggles with your favorite crazy wives.
Honey We're Raising City Kids with @kristiipartyof6
This week the girls are joined by the guest they’ve been referencing on *literally* every episode, the one and only @kristipartyof6 (and soon to be party of 7!). Kristi talks all about her blended family, her pregnancy journey thus far, and how she met the love of her life. She then shares the pros and cons of raising kids in nyc (hint: it’s a major grind), and how she’s able to get it all done while somehow keeping a positive perspective throughout all the chaos. They end the episode with some nyc-specific recs for the two things that matter most in this world: food and beauty. Follow @kristiipartyof6 on IG and TikTok for more (and while you’re at it follow @honeywerehomepod on IG, duh).
Honey What's In Our Self Care Routine?
self care is anything you do for yourself that makes you feel good! whether that's botox, acupuncture, going on a podcast walk or playing a 5 minute meditation. if it makes you smile, the girls are all for it. in this episode listen to the in's and out's of self care for 2024, caroline and nicole dish up every thing they've ever tried (including sound baths), their holy grails of skincare products, and the benefits of being the heatless curl, mouth tape girl curled up to her husband at night.
Honey, John's Home! Let's Chat Date Night Theory & Interracial Marriage (FEAT. Caro's Husband)
the proof is in the pudding so the girls decide to interview their husbands for the most relevant perspective on HWH's favorite subjects. Starting with Caroline and her husband, John, this episode is all about date night theories and ideas, the karma of ick of the week, navigating interracial marriage and so much more. Caroline asks John the hard questions, like why does he hate Christmas and what's the right way to have the baby conversation with a guy, and they end with an enlightening game of love or war. The girls are excited to kick off the presence of more guests on the show in 2024.
Hopefully it gets better
Revising my review because Nicole needs to drop her psychic’s names. Ill admit the first few episodes were badddddd but the tide has turned! The episode with Caroline and John was amazing, the topics are more focused and entertaining. This podcast is becoming a great resource to new wives, I would only hope that they would have guests that live outside of NYC/Hoboken to get a more diverse view of being a wife, family planning etc
Trying so hard to love this
Betches Brides was my bible when wedding planning, and my absolute favorite episodes were when Jordana & Nicole would answer listener questions. I was so excited to see Nicole launching this new pod, because it perfectly relates to the stage of life I’m in now, and the topics they’re discussing are so relevant! However, I feel like they aren’t digging deep enough and are barely scratching the surface of a listener question before they jump off on a tangent or into a game. They seem to be missing the down to earth perspective that Jordana brought to Brides, which balanced well with Nicole’s energy & passion.
I was so turned off by the Valentine’s Day flower rant, and the icks & love or war don’t give me anything tangible to walk away with, just seems like a space for the hosts to vent. I want this to work so bad and hope they can focus more on generic advice for the everyday 30 - something, not just content creators living in NY!
I’ll keep listening along and hope to see a shift - I believe in you ladies! 🏼
Relatable but not?
There is so much potential and I want this podcast to work out, but I’m struggling. It feels like the podcasters are catering to a very niche audience (NYC girls, $$$, love the same things they love), with only little glimpses into the ordinary and mundane that we can all relate to. I would love to hear less superficial conversation, and urge these two women to get real and vulnerable. I’m waiting for it, but I keep hearing about how much money these gals spend, the flowers they cried about, and that babies pop out when everyone is ready. It doesn’t feel real.