Imagine for a second that your family is struggling financially. This may not be such a stretch for many readers but when I say struggling, I mean REALLY struggling. As in, you can’t pay all the bills and still buy food struggling. So you reach out for help because it’s not just you, you’ve got little ones who are struggling with you and you’re not so proud that you’re going to cause them to be hungry. But that help only goes so far and one very important item it doesn’t cover is diapers. Diapers may seem like a very necessary item to our readers but they are not covered by most social service programs and because of that many families in our community are struggling to keep their babies in clean diapers.
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Jennifer Breuer / Family Activities, Weekend Roundup / al, concerts in providence park, dog days train, downtown huntsville, Free Family Activities in Huntsville, Greene Street Farmer's Market, huntsville, insanity skate park, jam session on the square, Madison, Mayor's bike ride Huntsville, music together of tn valley, music together open house, North Alabama Railroad Museum, sidewalk art stroll, things to do with kids in huntsville, Village of Providence, Weeden House Museum / 0 Comments
Is everyone settled into their new school routine? Our home has slowly but surely gotten back into the groove but we sure do enjoy our lazy weekends. In fact, writing up these Weekend Roundups often causes me to feel guilty if we do just lay around the house since after writing up all the awesome(…)
My mantra so far this school year: So Much To Do, So Little Time! I’m probably not the only one who feels this way right now and I’m about to make your life that much harder because our Weekend Roundup is jam-packed with fun. Unfortunately, there is so much going on that you’re going to(…)
Let me guess. You’re excited and sad at the same time, and maybe just the tiniest bit anxious. You’re worried that your precious baby won’t fit in, or that they won’t make friends, or that they’ll miss you, or you’ll miss them. You’re worried that their teacher won’t love them as much as you do (they won’t). That they aren’t ready, that school will suck all the creativity and joy out of your child, that you aren’t ready.
Jennifer Breuer / Education, Featured / after school care for huntsville city schools, after school care for madison county schools, after school care in madison, afterschool care in huntsville / 0 Comments
As summer comes to its inevitable end most parents are no longer tasked with how to occupy their school aged children during the day. The return to a normal schedule is especially helpful to parents who work outside the home but, as much as we may wish it did, the work day does not end at(…)
Jennifer Breuer / Outdoor Play, Reviews / activities for babies in Huntsville, activities for children, al, hastings park, huntsville parks, huntsville parks and recreation, huntsville parks for little children, parks with benches, parks with shade in huntsville / 0 Comments
Location: 2801 Hastings Road SW, Huntsville, 35801 (map) Amenities: Two (2) playground sets – one little kid (2-9 years) and one infant (18 months-3 years). Six swings – three regular and three infant. Benches, picnic table, green space, riding toys, sidewalk around playground, trash cans, dog waste disposal. NO BATHROOMS. Tucked away in the medical(…)