Homeschool Mommy: Is Homeschooling For You?

At Birmingham Mommy we are always thinking of ways to better serve the Moms and families in the Birmingham Area. One way is to discuss topics that are important to you. Homeschooling is becoming more and more popular in our area and we’ve noticed! Each Month, I, our resident Homeschool Mom, will cover homeschooling topics ... Read More

Birmingham Zoo Launches New Membership Level for Foster Families

The Birmingham Zoo is offering Foster families the opportunity to become Zoo Members! This new member level was created to support Foster families by inviting them to visit the Zoo throughout the year with added benefits not included with regular daily admission. Zoo membership grants exclusive perks and access to special member events, discounted programs ... Read More

Energy Saving Tips for Cold Weather

By Scott Butler: LAH Real Estate The Cold Weather is here and when the temps go down, those heating bills go up. Here are some ways to help cut costs during the winter months. Let the Sunshine In: Open curtains during the day and let the sunlight heat your home. Then, close them at night ... Read More

Build A Bear Offering $5.50 Bears for National Hug Day

Celeberate National Hug Day with a beary special offer and your local Build A Bear Workshop! You can make select furry friends for just $5.50 each with a special in-store National Hug Day offer on Sunday, January 20 and Monday, January 21, 2019! Feel firsthand how bear hugs come in all shapes and sizes by ... Read More

Kick off the New Year with Clean Carpets

If you think carpet cleaning is best saved for your spring cleaning ritual, you might want to reconsider.  Seemingly minor spots and stains from holiday entertaining and kids being home for their extended break, can become permanent without proper cleaning and the fibers of your quality carpets and rugs can begin to break down and ... Read More

Kids and Online Safety

Texting, sharing photos and instant messaging is how kids socialize today. But many of them use these tools to threaten, gang up on and cyberbully other kids. According to new survey findings from the University of Phoenix: Three in four US adults (76%) are concerned for the online safety of children under the age of ... Read More

Craving Comfort?

Bread, pasta and potatoes, Oh My!  When the weather gets cold, I tend to go out of my way to incorporate these little nuggets of comfort into my daily eating habits, and my waistline tends to pay the price. I was beginning to wonder if my body was trying to prepare for some type of ... Read More

Partners in Kids Health: Cold and Flu Season

It’s that time of year when the flu virus spreads. Every year from October to May, millions of people across the United States come down with the flu. So how can you protect your family, and what should you do if your child gets sick? Delphene Noland is the manager of Infection Prevention and Control ... Read More

Review: Alabama Ballet’s The Nutcracker (with a 5-year-old!!)

After telling friends I was taking my five-year-old daughter to see Alabama Ballet’s The Nutcracker this season, I got some strange looks. “Isn’t she going to be bored?” “Will she be quiet/still enough?” I was a little nervous to find out, TBH. She was used to children’s theatre productions where there is narration and dialogue, ... Read More

Tips on Avoiding Holiday Hazards from Children’s of Alabama

The holidays are one of the most wonderful times of the year but they can create some dangers that we don’t usually encounter on the daily basis the rest of the year. Keep you and your family safe this season with these tips from Children’s of Alabama. Fire Hazards The National Child Protection Association and ... Read More