With school less than a week away it’s time to start shopping for clothing and supplies. Unfortunately, tax-free weekend in Alabama is the weekend AFTER school starts. Here are a few ways you can save NOW!
How soon can you refinance a home? Is now a good time? How do families build their credit to refinance? We asked local experts YOUR questions about one of your most important assets – your home.
By creating the right environment, and supporting her interests, you can create your own Montessori inspired home. Also learn more about a Montessori Mornings playgroup happening this Fall in Huntsville!
For kids with special needs, this time of year can be challenging. Here’s some great tips for getting your kids ready to go back to school – especially if you have children with special needs.
There’s a great place in Huntsville for kids in grades 5 – 12 that are interested in a career in aviation – FlyQuest even offers scholarships and hours toward your kid’s pilot’s license!
Balancing family life with your personal wellness can be super tricky, and it’s important for moms to find ways to de-stress. It turns out shaking your groove thing in a dark room could be just the thing!
Meet an amazing Rocket City Mom that wears many different hats, literally and professionally! It doesn’t matter if she’s in the classroom or on the stage, this local mom is a beloved advisor, teacher, friend, performer, and sings a mean “Wagon Wheel”.
Find out more about these quality parenting classes offered by local experts – Parenting Enhancement with a Purpose is offering solutions to your toughest issues, all without charging a dime.
A great solution to combating Lonely Mom Syndrome is to join a book club. It’s a great way to meet new people, or an excuse to see your current friends – not to mention a great way to carve some time out for yourself.
STEM-based learning activities are booming in the Huntsville & Madison area, and robotics is a classic way for kids to be introduced to technology and other STEM-related disciplines. But where do you go if your child’s school doesn’t offer robotics?
When the Stanford Rapist Who Can Also Swim story started emerging, I began to question myself. Have we ever directly addressed the sticky situations that can come up? Does my son truly understand consent?