MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - WSFA 12 News’ third annual Made for Moms Expo was held Saturday at the Montgomery Multiplex at Cramton Bowl.
Held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., the free event allowed for moms to get out of the house and experience something catered to them.
New this year, “Mom University” where three different sessions were offered focusing on topics important to moms. It was hosted by Auburn Montgomery, and offers CPR training and what to do when your child is choking.
“I actually enjoyed all the information that we were able to find. It was a lot of stuff that we didn’t know about that’s in our community, and so we just wanted to come back and see what they had this year and try to enter for some drawings and win some stuff," said Katie Little, who attended Saturday’s event.
Another session on getting ready for college, applying to students and moms who may be interested in furthering their education, were also held at Saturday’s event.
“It is very important because it is so much information out there that new moms like myself don’t even know about, and there are so many vendors here who are providing those informations about safety,” said Natasha Hendricks, a mother attending the expo.
The final session offered de-stressing techniques and tips for moms to use on their own, or to help ease tension in their families.
On hand was WSFA 12 News on-air talent, and those who came out got to meet and take photos.