"Shaping our future generations since 1992."


Child Prodigy is thrilled to announce that we have launched a new communiation program called HiMama! This is going to mean some very exciting changes at Child Prodigy. Here is a little bit of information to get you started:

What is the HiMama program and what does this mean for me?
HiMama will be used by our teachers to record activities and updates throughout the day and it will provide you with a complete history of your child's experience in our program. This program will also electronically track your child’s daily attendance in place of the paper sign in and out sheets that are currently in use.
For Infants/Toddlers/Twos this means having access to live updates of all the information that is currently on their Daily Sheet (bottles, diaper changes, naps, etc.). This information will then be saved in their online report history for access at any time. For older children it means getting updates from the classrooms with what the children are learning and special activities taking place.
This program also enables us to upload pictures of the children that are stored safely and securely in a journal format. Through this program you’ll receive real-time updates on your child’s activities to your email and smartphone through the HiMama App or you can log in to the site via browser. It is also a great way to reinforce your child’s in-program learning at home, as you’ll have insight into what they've been working on here at the center!

Is there anything I have to do?
Fill out the enrollment form then simply relax and prepare for updates! After we receive the permission slip back, you can expect to get an e-mail with an invitation to create a password and account with HiMama. Updates of your child will then be automatically be sent to you via email. You may also elect to login to your special Parent Portal online or via the HiMama Parent app. If you want to share updates with additional family members, you can also do so once you’ve created an account.

Parent FAQ

I have included an abbreviated Parent FAQ to give you some more information. For the complete list please visit

What is the Journal?
The Journal is a log of activities that have been added to your child’s HiMama account. Activities are sorted in chronological order.

 What’s the difference between the Journal and Headlines?
The Journal is a log of activities associated with a specific child. The Headlines is a log of activities associated with all the children for which you are part of the Crew.

What's the "Crew"?
The Crew is the close group of friends and family that you want to share updates with. This can include grandparents, aunts/uncles, or close friends that aren’t living close enough to see your child as much as they would like.

How do I add people to the Crew?
Log in to your HiMama account and go to the ‘Crew’ screen. Start adding! Each person you add will automatically receive an email from us inviting them to join HiMama and participate in activity sharing of your child.

Do I have to share everything with the Crew?
Nope. Some moments just aren't meant to be shared with everyone. Maybe you want to keep a very special moment just between you and your spouse, or maybe you want to keep a log of your child's medical-related activities. Just mark these are "Private" and only Crew Members with special privileges that you set will be allowed to see these.

What’s with the email address on my child’s profile?
If your childcare provider subscribes to HiMama, you can send them a direct message by sending an email to this address.

Where is data stored and is it secure?
HiMama data is stored on Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud infrastructure. It is one of the most secure cloud computing environments available with highly secure data centers utilizing state-of the art electronic surveillance and access control systems, including 24x7 trained security guard protection. It is suited to run sensitive government applications and is used by over 300 U.S. government agencies, as well as the Navy, Treasury and NASA. For more information on HiMama's commitment to Internet Safety, visit our page dedicated to this important topic.

Is the HiMama website secure?
HiMama has a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate. SSL is the standard security technology for establishing an encrypted link between a web server and a browser. This link ensures that all data passed between the HiMama server and your device remains private and integral. SSL is an industry standard for securing online transactions so is used by online banking and payments sites and, similarly, is used by HiMama to encrypt your child's information.

Who has access to my data and is it private?
HiMama takes privacy very seriously. All photos and videos of your child are posted only to your account and no one else can access this information without express consent being provided by you. All account passwords are encrypted for additional security. For further information, please see our privacy policy.

Who can see my photos and videos?
Photos and videos you add to the Journal are visible only to your child's Crew. If you mark an activity as ‘Private,’ only those members of the Crew that you have given privileges to will be able to see these activities. They are identified on the Journal with a lock icon. We take privacy seriously and will never share any photos or make them public without your explicit consent.

How can I download my child's photos from HiMama?
After logging on to the website, head to the "Entries" page for your child. You will see a small cloud-download icon () on the far right of each photo. Clicking this icon will start an image download (in modern browsers such as Chrome & Safari), or open just the photo for you to save manually (by right clicking on the photo and selecting "Save as..."). Currently it isn't possible to download photos from the HiMama Parent App. Please note; you cannot currently download more than one photo at a time.

Where do I go to learn more?
Want to learn more? Great! You can visit the HiMama website at where you can find HiMama's page dedicated to Internet Safety, an FAQ page with answers to frequently asked questions, as well as a Contact Us page if you have specific questions.


Read Our Blog Button

Latest News
Center Hours
Sunday: Closed
Monday: 6 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Tuesday: 6 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Wednesday: 6 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Thursday: 6 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Friday: 6 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday: Closed
Child Prodigy Children's Center
© 2018 All rights reserved.

Site By: