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Mommy Rules, Stop Shaming Yourself

Hey, you… other mom… psssst…. I see you. I see you hiding in your car. The only place you get a few minutes to yourself while your kids are asleep in the backseat. I see you getting drive thru just so you can have two minutes of peace where the kids are snacking in the backseat on […]

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Postpartum Depression and Me

We share our cravings and food aversions without a second thought. We discuss our physical struggles like swollen feet and round ligament pain. We warn against the dangers of deli meat and too much caffeine. But we keep secret the most devastating effects of pregnancy. Postpartum depression and anxiety affects almost one in five women […]

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Bloom into Motherhood with Fitness: Tips for New and Expecting Moms!

In my last post I touched based on self care with self awareness. It’s very imperative to take care of yourself even if you aren’t a new or expecting mom. Not only is it good for you, it’s great for your baby. You can check out that post here. Even if you’re not necessarily a new […]

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We Celebrated in Style at Painting With a Twist

Pittsburgh Moms Blog recently celebrated our one year anniversary with our contributors, readers and friends at Painting With a Twist’s newest studio in Pittsburgh – their East Liberty location. We were so thrilled to celebrate at PWAT, this being our second event with them in as many months.   We started the evening off with friends and food: […]

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Pittsburgh Moms Blog Donates 98 Backpacks with Supplies to Pittsburgh Public Schools

Pittsburgh Moms Blog has partnered with manufacturer Sydney Paige Inc. in order to bring backpacks and supplies to Pittsburgh Public Schools.Pittsburgh Moms Blog is thrilled to announce that it donated 98 backpacks filled with school supplies to Pittsburgh Public Schools. The backpacks and supplies, arriving on a pallet weighing over 500 pounds, were received by […]

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