Due to circumstances and scheduling conflicts our stuff the bus event with James Taylor has been canceled. We appreciate your support and understanding.
Happy June and welcome back to Baby Talk! While Mental Health Month has technically ended with May, the importance of understanding and maintaining your mental health is still very much relevant. In continuation of this theme, June will be still be about mental health, but this time in the perspective of children. For those who have battled with depression, anxiety, and any other form of mental illness, you understand how difficult it can be to maintain as an adult. Now, [...]
Bachelor Stuff the Bus Helping Mamas is proud to welcome James Taylor of The Bachelorette to raise awareness for Diaper Need. We need your help stuffing our bus! James Taylor and a team from Helping Mamas will be crashing Bachelorette viewing parties with The Fur Bus in the Atlanta area on June 19! Here is how you can enter to have James come crash your party: Post your request on Instagram (both photos and videos are allowed) asking James to [...]
New research is showing that half of those around the world living in poverty are children. In the US alone, 1 in 4 children spend their early childhood in poverty. Poverty affects a myriad of life outcomes, including mental health, neurological development, and academic success. Helping Mamas aims to meet the needs of children living in poverty in order to increase their chances of success later in life. New Oxford University research on global poverty reveals the extent of the challenges [...]
This week on Baby Talk, we’ll be looking more closely into mental illness and its impact on mom’s health and baby’s health. To review, much like physical health, mental health is a vital part of our livelihoods. It too requires attention, however it is often overlooked. Mental illness, serious conditions that may arise due to poor mental health, can affect literally anyone. From your 3 year old baby with anxiety to your 98 year old grandfather with depression, mental illness [...]
Well we did it! We held our first major fundraiser and it was such a success. We couldn't have done it without the help from our wonderful sponsors: Primerica, CL Snell Foundation and Northside Hospital! Over 150 people attended and celebrated our success. Deboarah Kepes from CobbleCreek Art Studios was on hand to judge the artwork we received from children all over the metro Atlanta area. Thank you to The Potty Rocker and Cannon United Methodist Church for hosting our [...]