Passionate About Pittsburgh
and the Moms Who Live Here

Tag Archives | activity

breakfastwithsanta

2017 Breakfast With Santa in Western Pennsylvania

Are you looking for a little bit of extra Christmas magic this holiday season? Perhaps spending the morning enjoying breakfast in the company of Santa is just the thing you need! Check the events below for a Santa Breakfast near you! Breakfast with Santa @ Springhouse Market Washington, PA December 2, 9, 10 http://www.springhousemarket.com/ Breakfast or […]

Continue Reading 0
Wave Pool Boyce Park

Boyce Park: Family Fun All Year Round

Prior to moving to Monroeville a little over a year ago, the only time I heard about Boyce Park was during the winter months. They offer the only downhill skiing and snow tubing in Allegheny County and it’s commonly used by families with little ones just learning to ski. I was pleasantly surprised, when we […]

Continue Reading
pilates1

Pursuing Pilates for Teens

From slouching over to staying up late to routinely bending their necks and heads to stare at their electronics while texting their friends…it’s no wonder teenagers get a bad rap for their posture. There is something, however, that not only can help postural imperfections, but boost their self-confidence, too. “Because of the technological culture in […]

Continue Reading
Pittsburgh Guide to Top Family Friendly Events in April 600x400

PMB Guide to Top Family Friendly Events in April

Spring has sprung! Check out our top events happening in Pittsburgh in April! Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood at Byham Theater: April 4-6 Watch Daniel Tiger and his friends hop aboard the neighborhood trolley in this interactive musical adventure filled with dancing, singing, and sharing stories about friendship. You will have a “grr-ific” time!   The Man […]

Continue Reading
kl_color_ol_rgb

Give Yourself an Extra Set of Wheels with KIDLIFT Driving Service

Pittsburgh Moms Blog is excited to partner with KIDLIFT to bring you information about their service. When your kids are little, you’d do anything for an extra set of hands. As they grow, their social life becomes more hectic than our own. With more after-school activities, practices, and lessons than you can fit on one color-coded […]

Continue Reading