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from the editor IF YOU’VE READ MY letter before then you know how often I emphasize the primary goal of Alabama Baby

& Child: to help new and expectant parents connect to the wealth of local resources available to them in our city. We have such an abundance of resources in our area, in fact, that it’s impossible to pack them all into one issue, so this year we will highlight different parenting resources in each issue we publish. We kick off the year this issue with a guide that features private schools, special needs resources, museums, attractions, and women’s hospitals in our area. Moving forward, each issue will feature guides to help you stay connected to everything you need as a parent, from all things newborns to creative birthday party ideas, we’ll cover it. We know that most people get their information now thorough digital resources, smart phones, and tablets. We now offer an Alabama Baby app that you can download for Apple or Android products to help you stay informed and connect directly with all we do. If there is something you would like to see in one of the guides or on the website please e-mail us at info@albabymag.com. As always, we’d love to hear from you.

Until next time,

Cecilia “CC” Pearson

24/7 @ albabymag.com

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2014 Guide to Private Schools and Preschools, Area Attractions, Birthing Centers, and Special Needs Directory

Alabama Baby & Child's Family Phone Pages  

2014 Guide to Private Schools and Preschools, Area Attractions, Birthing Centers, and Special Needs Directory

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