Here's what you saw on Good Day Alabama:
JEH JEH LIVE - Jeh Jeh joined us from Lakeshore Foundation with help from Carol Kutik on Exercise Monday. For more information, call 205-313-7400.
IRON BOWL BABIES - Cecilia Pearson with Alabama Baby & Child magazine showed us some Iron Bowl babies. She showed us some fun outfits for both Alabama and Auburn fans all from local shops - the Babytalk Store in Northport and Jack and Jill in Homewood. For more information, visit http://albabymag.com/.
TRUMP APPOINTMENTS - Janice talked with former Alabama Republican Chair Bill Armistead and Former Democrat party chair John Saxon to discuss Donald Trump's possible appointments to his team. Sen. Jeff Sessions has been offered the Attorney General position. Trump met with Mitt Romney over the weekend and could be his nominee for Secretary of State. All of these appointments must be approved by Congress. Saxon says it's a safe bet Sessions will be confirmed but his views are out of the mainstream on immigration, water boarding, and equal pay for women. When asked if he's a racist, the 1986 hearings showed he was insensitive to African Americans. If this can be proven still, then there is a 50/50 chance of confirmation. Saxon says Mitt Romney would be a good candidate for Secretary of State. Saxon says so far the optics aren't good but it's early in the game and Trump needs to get more diverse with his cabinet picks. Armistead says Sen. Jeff Sessions is one of the most honorable and competent individuals to serve in public office in his lifetime. Governor Romney has demonstrated that he has great leadership abilities as a public servant and businessman. If he is chosen by President-Elect Trump to serve as Secretary of State he would need to understand that President Trump establishes the policies and Romney would implement them. They must be on the same page. Vice President-Elect Mike Pence has demonstrated time and again that he is where he is because of his great desire to serve the people. His comments after attending the Hamilton play demonstrate that he is able to take criticism without being personally offended.
ASK THE GARDENER - Alabama Cooperative Extension Agent Sallie Lee takes questions from viewers about their gardening needs. You can reach her at the Extension office with your questions at 205-879-6964 ext 11.
GIFTS FOR KIDS - WBRC FOX6 is proud to once again partner with the Salvation Army for our annual "Gifts for Kids Angel Tree" program. The program is a way for you to donate Christmas gifts to foster children and children in need this holiday season. You can pick out the gift and donate it, or you can donate cash to the Salvation Army and they will purchase the items on the Angel Tree list. To adopt an angel, stop by Brookwood Village from now until December 3 and pick one out!