Leah E

Leah grew up in a small town in north Jefferson County. She attended UAB and graduated with a degree in Broadcast Journalism, but never pursued the broadcast side, just the journalism. Spending most of the last 20 years doing some type of writing, she is currently the community editor of 280 Living newspaper A resident of Chelsea since 2005, Leah and her husband Todd have been married for 16 years and have a son, Carson (11), and daughter, Morgan (6). If there is every downtime in her schedule, you will find Leah at Starbucks or Chick-fil-A, Target, getting a pedicure or spending time with her girlfriends.

Human Trafficking is Close to Home {Human Trafficking Awareness Month}

Beginning in 2010, by Presidential Proclamation, each January has been designated National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. This epidemic is not only taking place in our country and state, but right here in the counties...

Meal Planning and Recipes for the New Year

I'm sure there are some moms out there who look forward to cooking dinner every night. I, however, am not that mom. I do it, though. Five nights a week (well, every Friday is...

Looking for Last-Minute Christmas Gift Ideas in Birmingham?

There are many people out there who are shop early for Christmas. I've evern heard that some people shop year round and have a present closet where they store gifts as they get them. Others...

Losing My Sister to Breast Cancer {Breast Cancer Awareness Month}

It’s been almost five years since I lost my sister to breast cancer. She was diagnosed in March of 2012 at the age of 47. It was a complete shock. We had no family history. She...

For the Love of Consignment Sales

When I was pregnant with my first child way back in 2008, a co-worker asked me if I would like to join her at a consignment sale. I really didn’t know what she was...

Birmingham Moms Blog :: Introducing Leah

Birmingham The youngest of three children, I grew up in a small town in north Jefferson County. And by small, I mean Corner had one traffic light. My parents had me when they were almost 40,...