Go bananas at this adorable Curious George themed kid’s party! We’ve included great ideas & tips for decorating and food, perfect for a little one’s birthday or baby shower.
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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.
LEGOs and ninjas go together almost as well as peanut butter and chocolate, and Ninjago is a popular birthday party theme for tons of kids. These great party ideas will help you plan a super fun birthday for your little ninja!
Swan Creek Park in Athens has three pavilions, small playground, for tennis courts, horseshoe pit, restrooms, and access to the Athens Rec Center Track, which is 1.53 miles.
When we were creating our baby registry for our first child we went a little crazy. Let’s face it — we didn’t know what we were doing, and now that Baby #2 is on its way, these particular baby products have caught our eye.
Address: 934 5th Avenue, Athens AL (map) Amenities: A pavilion with bathrooms, a small playground, a baseball field, and a walking track. Mom’s Thoughts From the parking lot, you have to walk across a small bridge to get to the park, so if you have little ones, you’ll need to watch them closely so […]
With a new school year, comes new homework. New extra-curricular activities. New places to be, and a lot more of them. With all this busy-ness, it’s super-important to plan for more time for yourself or with your spouse. A great way to do that is to know when and where the Parent’s Night Out programs are happening around Huntsville and Madison County.
Wehelp busy parents find the answers to party planning questions and more in our series, “It’s My Party”, where we invite real, local parents to share their great party planning experiences with other readers. Today’s post? How to plan a Ninja Turtle birthday!
Thinking about adding a furry family member? If you have children and other pets, you might want to consider adopting from a local rescue group who has pets in foster homes. Then, it will be easier to find a pet that is accustomed to a home with children and/or other dogs and/or other cats, and hopefully less likely that you’ll get the pet home with you only to find out a couple of weeks later that the pet isn’t a good fit for your household.
If you know someone in need of clothing or baby supplies, emergency financial assistance or counseling, give them the phone number to Catholic Center of Concern. Donated items are always welcome, as well as community volunteers.