Babypalooza is coming back to the BJCC August 26—here’s what you need to know

Babypalooza Birmingham
Meet new mom-friends + build community at this unique event. (Babypalooza)

New and expectant parents, this one’s for you. Babypalooza is the ultimate one-stop-shop for all of the resources and information you need when preparing for your baby, and this is the first time they’re back at the BJCC since the pandemic. Keep reading for details.

Know before you go

Join the fun this year at the BJCC. (Babypalooza)

If Babypalooza coming to The Magic City wasn’t exciting enough—this event is 100% free!

Claimed as the “Super Bowl of Baby Expos,” this year’s event will curate the best local and national exhibitors that specialize in baby and maternity products and services. Anything and everything you could need to ease your pre-baby jitters.

What to expect at Babypalooza

Babypalooza Birmingham
Nothing but smiling faces at Babypalooza Bingo. (Babypalooza)

The question remains—what can I expect to see at Babypalooza?

Since 2006, Babypalooza has provided important resources that new parents need. From baby and maternity information sessions to linking you to local parenting resources, you will get the chance to explore the importance of Maternity Wellness, Child Safety and Early Learning.

Owner Cecilia Pearson gives a pretty great sales pitch.

“Being a first-time parent can be overwhelming, and Babypalooza seeks to ease anxiety by bringing everything parents need under one roof.

No where else can they start a college savings plan, learn about the latest carseat and strollers, join in a baby shower with other parents and see dozens of services they need all in one day.”

Cecilia Pearson, Owner, Babypalooza

Additional expos within Babypalooza will be showcased, as well as games and giveaways. Here’s a sneak peek at this fun:

  • Baby Registry 101
  • Black Maternal Health Expo
  • Citywide Baby Shower
  • Natural Parenting Expo

Local partners show their support

Babypalooza a celebration of life and family, but it’s also serious business.

Alabama has one of the highest infant and maternal mortality rates and education is one of the ways to mitigate this issue.

Some familiar faces and names will be there to teach parents about child safety and postpartum care. These partners include:

Keep up with Babypalooza and how you can support new parents at their Website, Facebook and Instagram.

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Callie Morrison
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