It’s no secret we LOVE the Huntsville Madison County Public Library and all of it’s many branches! There’s no shortage to quality community programs they host for kids and families. We like to list them here every month, but you can see all of their other events on the HMCPL website. Take a look at […]
We love our amazing local moms, and this Mompreneur turned a family frustration into a business that helps others. See what’s so amazing about Stacey Schlaman!
Who’s got two thumbs and is ready for the weekend? THIS MOM. Tune in to our list of free and/or cheap family fun in the Huntsville Weekend Roundup!
While they still take on the more traditional 4-H activities, Alabama 4-H offers programs that hone 21st century skills to build excitement for science, technology, engineering, arts, and math. Who knew?
I’ll be honest – the level of intensity and consumption that is potty training completely caught me by surprise. Because, never in my dating years, wedding vows, or honeymoon was there that much discussion of “best methods to handle, restrain, command and control human waste.” But now, it’s all I talk about.
Learn more about “The Expats” by Chris Pavone, our second pick in the Rocket City Mom Bookclub.
It’s been our experience that moms have fantastic business ideas, and many are looking for more flexible ways to stay in the workforce, using their hard-earned skills while raising a family. Enter: The Mompreneur Event with the WBCNA on September 8th!
Who’s ready for the weekend? Get all the fun & free events for your family, as well as a few extra we think are worth the money in our Huntsville Weekend Roundup!
How to offer help to a parent that has special needs kids, AND receive help if you are one. These tips might just get you through the school year.
Find out more about Huntsville Inner City Learning Center – an after-school program that starts September 6th.
Madison has a new scavenger hunt that will get your family outdoors and exploring! Read our Parent Review of Trains on Main before you set out.
I get it, we’re all busy. But if you have kids that attend Huntsville City Schools, take a minute to learn more about the local School Board Candidates before you vote on August 23rd. Our Know Your Vote series makes it easier.