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This post, Pittsburgh Mills Sky Trail, is one such post.
After just a few days being “cooped up” in the house together, it was clear it was time to get out and enjoy some time away on Tuesday. We opted to go with one of our Pittsburgh Staycation choices, the Pittsburgh Mills Sky Trail. Adventure awaited!
This post, Pittsburgh Staycation, is one such post.
Next week, the kids will be off school and I’ll be off work. There’s no vacation planned, but a Pittsburgh Staycation is in the works. So, if you’re like me and procrastinating your Christmas to-do list, read through our ideas of things to do and see in our great city and play your own staycation this year. Bonus? If you still need a gift, these are great options to jot down in a card with a “hey, we’re going next week” message. You’re so welcome.
Today’s post comes from Elizabeth of Try it and You May!, and is part of a special day of shenanigans from other Pittsburgh Bloggers. You can see my post over on Orange Chair Blog, where I give my thoughts from my Orange Chair.
Elizabeth’s thoughts are right in line with what’s ahead of me…life as a soccer mom! Arianna and Evan start next week, so I asked for advice. Thanks, Elizabeth!
Disclaimer: Posts on this blog may contain reviews or affiliate links. All opinions are 100% my own. Today’s post is sponsored by Nhere.
Nhere. It’s what is near + here! As a small business owner and over sharer and proud community member, I am so excited to tell to about this app.
Disclosure: This post is brought to you by Bolthouse Farms Kids™ and The Motherhood. All opinions are my own.
The four ‘lil Burghers are always snacking. Thankfully, I’m trying to show them how to make healthy snack choices when they must eat all the things right this minute. Since it’s back to school season, we’ll also be looking to reinforce healthy snacking habits by packing options that kids will love (like veggies, salsa, low-fat cheese sticks, or fruits). It’s like we are a real, live SnackMob! 😉
Go Float. It’s seriously what I want to tell all the world. Especially as I start another crazy/busy work week and am anxious about all the things that are on my to-do list. Mama really needs to float. ()
What’s floating, you ask? I wondered that myself after I got a ‘lil nebby on Twitter. The Taco Truck (LA Tacos) happened to tweet about Levity, a float studio, to one of their followers…thus started my rabbit hole of learning about floating and escalating to getting a float session on my calendar / chatting about all things float with Dave, owner of Levity.
Hey, Pittsburghers. Did you know that currently there are uninsured children and youth in the City of Pittsburgh…to the tune of over 2,000 kids without health insurance? If you have insurance, think about what that means for the parents of these uninsured kids. No immunizations. No medicine when colds last too long. No inhalers for kids who have asthma (or no way to detect that they have it).
It’s not too early to start to think about how you are going to spend your kids’ holiday vacation. This year, my family will be catching a show I’ve secretly wanted to see since I was young – The Harlem Globetrotters! Watching the commercials, I was always amazed by their skills and I just know my kids will love laughing at the antics, too.
Our ‘lil guy will be starting Swim School soon, and we’re thinking some of you may be interested in checking out Goldfish Swim School, too.
Goldfish Swim School will open in the Pittsburgh area on November 16. The pools are always 90 degrees, so there’s no worries about chilly water when you’re learning to swim in the winter! We’re excited about this and will be telling you more as we head over to this new opportunity in the next few months. There are even Family Swims scheduled during times that working parents can come, too!
In the midst of all the crazy that’s been happening around here, the ‘lil Burghers and their parents got a chance to stretch and breathe at Yoga Innovations in Bethel Park for Family Yoga. Arianna and I have done yoga together before, but Evan hadn’t been old enough. The great thing about this class? There were wee ‘lil ones there, so we all fit in. Om!