Have you ever sat outside on a clear night and looked up at the stars in the sky? October 15, 2016, was the first year that our family participated in the Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness event, Wave of Light. It had been seven weeks since Toby passed away in his sleep. He was 12 […]
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Since the beginning of the year my husband and I have been talking about lowering our $190 a month bundled bill of cable, internet, and phone. We had always been under the impression that if you bundle everything together you would actually save money. I had never asked if they would do an ala carte […]
October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month, first declared by Ronald Reagan on October 25, 1988. As a bereaved mother this campaign is one that is so important to me and also to the mission of The Little Fox. Our son, Toby, died on August 24, 2016 from SIDS. He was a beautiful, thriving, […]
I’m gonna be real for a second – sometimes I need a TO. Like, more than hiding in the closet for a few minutes or taking an extra-long shower. Between the loads of laundry, weekday schedules, sleep schedules (or lack thereof), disciplining, the question of “what’s for dinner?”, trying to keep the house from not […]
When the news broke in 2014 about evaluated lead levels in Flint, Michigan’s water, I, like many parents, was outraged. Thousands of residents had drank polluted Flint River water for 18 months before the disaster was even recognized. Many children were lead poisoned. The consequences of the exposure of elevated levels of lead are still […]
AHN Staff Highly Skilled at Performing Vaginal Birth After Cesarean (VBAC) Dr. David A. Logan remembers the patient well. Jane was one week from delivering her baby. And she had just learned that the obstetrician overseeing her pregnancy had resigned unexpectedly from the local hospital. Having delivered her first child by cesarean section (C-section), Jane wanted […]
The sky is getting darker, the air is getting chillier and the season of fall is fully upon us. We’re trying to take advantage of the last nice days to be outdoors before we are bundling-up in scarves and mittens. October is a big month for outdoor and indoor activities. Enjoy this list we have […]
from the website: https://pittsburghkids.org/events/3592
Join us in front of the museum to view a solar eclipse and celebrate the sun. On Monday, August 21st, 2017 the “All American” Eclipse will pass through the United States, starting from Salem, Oregon and ending in Charleston, South Carolina. The Children’s Museum will be able to see a partial eclipse, where almost 80% of the sun is covered by the moon!
- Hear traditional eclipse folktales from around the world
- Grab a pair of viewing glasses to safely see the Eclipse in action- While supplies last!
- Make your own pin hole projector in MAKESHOP
Learn more about the “All American” Eclipse HERE!
Warning: Never look at the sun without special eye protection. When viewing the eclipse, use eclipse glasses at all times. Do not use damaged or punctured glasses.
Dear school year, please start soon. Love, Mompreneur This summer has been the hardest for this Mompreneur because my little ones want to GO, GO, GO! Last summer was a bit easier because one of them was only two years of age, and wasn’t interested in too much. This summer with a three-year-old and […]
On-site counseling, walk-in appointments among services that take care to a higher level Last spring, Jessica had felt the greatest joy of her life: carrying newborn daughter Kayla through the front door of her home for the first time. The cheers and hugs of family greeted them on the other side. But just three months later, […]