Alabama Pandas Mesmerize Maternity Shoppers With Baby Loadings

Tiny tots wearing tiny masks filled the atrium of the Galleria in Hoover, Alabama as dozens of mothers walked in a charity fashion show benefiting Children’s of Alabama. The stars of the show? Two-month-old baby pandas, Hua Hua and Bei Bei. Hua Hua was born in the United States, while his twin brother, Bei Bei, was born in China. The pair are part of a major collaboration between the U.S. and China. Both pandas were playful as they were passed around the runway, held by mothers who were also in the show. The crowd cooed and laughed as each baby panda looked wide-eyed at the crowd. The event was hosted by the Alabama Pandas Project, a collaboration between the Birmingham Zoo and the China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda. The goal of the project is to raise awareness about the importance of panda conservation and to raise funds to support research and protection efforts in the wild. The fashion show was a huge success, raising over $100,000 for Children’s of Alabama. The event also helped to raise awareness about the Alabama Pandas Project and the importance of panda conservation. Here are some additional details about the event: -The fashion show featured over 50 mothers and their babies. -The show was divided into two segments: one for newborns and one for toddlers. -Each mother and baby wore matching outfits. -The show was choreographed by local dance instructor, Leigh Sikes. -The event was emceed by local news anchor, J.P. Patches. -The show was sponsored by Children’s of Alabama, the Galleria, and the Alabama Pandas Project. If you would like to learn more about the Alabama Pandas Project, please visit their website at You can also follow them on Facebook and Twitter. Thank you for your support of Children’s of Alabama and the Alabama Pandas Project..

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