Five-year-old Wade Williams wrote a best-selling storybook to help kids cope with the coronavirus pandemic.
Going shopping during the COVID-19 crisis doesn’t have to feel like going for a supply run during the zombie apocalypse. Here are simple things you can do before, during, and after your shopping trips to keep you and your family safe.
Hairstylist and former Sweet Home Alabama reality TV star Kelsey Varallo shares what it was like to give birth during the COVID-19 crisis.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Alabama’s Baby Yourself Maternity Program offers benefits for expectant mothers like support, nurse access, and more.
Gina J. Lewis talks about her new book “When I See You Again,” which she wrote for children and parents struggling with COVID-19 and social distancing.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, schools and daycares have closed, and many companies are requiring employees to work from home. While many make light of the situation (after all, better to laugh than cry!), the truth is that it’s certainly not easy to work from home—especially while caring for infants, toddlers, or preschoolers and homeschooling older children.
Do babies need to wear protective masks? Dr. Drew Wright answers questions regarding children and COVID-19.
Birmingham OB/GYN is turning to technology to properly care for pregnant patients even in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“I was looking forward to quietly settling in with my baby, surrounded by friends and family, while we showered him or her with love and affection. Now I can only imagine sitting alone in my home, ordering takeout and sharing video chats. It just wasn’t the way this dream was supposed to end.” — Danielle Hill on how COVID-19 has affected her birth plans
Thanksgiving looks a little different this year due to COVID-19. Here are five ways you can have a safe and socially distanced Thanksgiving.
Grandma is not okay! Here are 10 Ways to Help Grandparents Cope during Social Distancing
Blue Cross and Blue Shield’s partnership with Teladoc allows pregnant women and new moms to utilize telehealth for doctor consultations.
With kids across the country not able to go to school during the COVID-19 crisis, Scholastic has launched a new Learn From Home website.
Mattel’s newest line of action figures were created to honor all of these brave workers on the front lines during the coronavirus pandemic.
What do you do, where do you go if you are a new or expectant mom with limited resources during a national crisis such as the coronavirus pandemic?
Social distancing doesn’t have to mean social disconnection. Babypalooza wants to make sure you have the support and the resources you need during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.
Meet Leslie Tanner. This 6th-grade teacher and mom of 3 is working hard to help her family find a new normal in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
For moms who want to vent, the New York Times has released an anonymous hotline called the Primal Scream Line so they can do just that.
Your little ones can have big feelings and may have trouble staying calm. Check out these mindfulness and meditation activities developed just for kids.
The coronavirus may be keeping people at home, but it has not stopped nurses from providing prenatal and postnatal care to first-time mothers in need.
The Parenting Assistance Line (PAL) is a resource where parents and caregivers can call, text, or chat online anonymously for free support.