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Ask The Nanny: Holiday Hotspots in Pittsburgh

It’s that holly jolly season and it’s time to find all the activities you can pack into the month between Thanksgiving and New Years. Pittsburgh is a wonderful spot for the holidays and there are so many other places surrounding the city that you can visit. A lot of activities are low-cost or free. In […]

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Ask The Nanny

Ask The Nanny

Hello there, folks! I am the token nanny contributor for Pittsburgh Moms Blog. I am here to aid with your queries regarding nannies. A little about myself- I began my nannying career in 2008 after graduating from college. Was nannying my first choice post-college? Nope. I wanted to be a writer for Conan O’Brien in […]

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Be Your Own Advocate for Your Health

Be your own advocate for your health because only you can be! Recently I have had several conversations with some of my mom friends about medical issues we are experiencing.  All of us have said the same thing…we keep putting off seeing a doctor.  The main reason we all haven’t gone to a doctor is […]

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How does REAL ID affect you in 2019?

REAL – ID Act:  How will affect you as a Pennsylvania resident? In the past few weeks you may have seen an advertisement on your television regarding REAL ID.  The advertisement talks about getting a REAL ID card but you may be more confused than educated regarding why you need to update your identification.  In […]

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How we teach our kids about intolerance…

There are many forms of intolerance.  Intolerance for adults can be different than intolerance for kids.  It is just the form that it comes in that makes it different.  Regardless, definition of intolerance is the unwillingness to accept views, beliefs, or behavior that differs from our own.  The key words in that sentence is “differs […]

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How to handle MRSA in your house…

What I didn’t know about MRSA may help you…. Before I had my kids I remember watching a story on one of the major morning shows about MRSA and how bad it was.  I believe they even called it the “Super Bug” and using terms like “highly resistant.”  They talked about how the elderly, children, […]

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Pittsburgh Cultural Trust: 32nd Annual EQT Children’s Theater Festival

The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust announces that the EQT Children’s Theater Festival will be held May 17-20, 2018 in the Cultural District in Downtown Pittsburgh. Fostering imagination through high-quality professional theater performances from around the world, attendees can enjoy six featured performances, hands-on activities, and a variety of family-friendly art and music at various indoor and outdoor venues. The […]

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