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Calling all NEW AND EXPECTANT MOMS! Beyond the Bump, a premier convention designed to prepare new and soon-to-be moms for all aspects of having a baby, will host its first Pittsburgh event this Saturday. Click here to find out how Beyond the Bump got started.
Saturday June 25
10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Crowne Plaza Pittsburgh South
164 Fort Couch Rd.
What do you get for your money?
- Swag bags
- Seminars (45 minutes each):
- Top 10 Pregnancy and Birth Related Worries (Ann Douglas)
- Terrific Toddlers (Ann Douglas)
- The Truth About Parenthood (Ann Douglas)
- Life with a Newborn
- Breastfeeding Tips & Tricks
- Newborn Illnesses
- Holistic Health for Moms…Chiropractic, Acupuncture & Massage
- All About Core & Pelvic Floor Health
- Myth Busting Midwives & Doulas
- Infant Nutrition
- Sleep Solutions
- Demonstrations (15 minutes each on the exhibitor floor):
- Infant Massage
- Prenatal Yoga
- Pumping Accessories
- Cloth Diapering
- Baby wearing
So much more!
Tickets are $25 for individuals, $40 for pairs, and $15 per person for groups of six or more and attendees must pre- register online at Beyond-the-Bump.com. Doors open at 9:30 am, and free parking will be available. All attendees will receive a gift bag with products for mom and baby from well-known manufacturers, along with information and special offers from local organizations. Beyond the Bump is an inclusive event – in addition to moms and moms-to-be, dads, dads-to-be, partners, extended family members, and friends are also welcome to attend the event, as well as women who are thinking of becoming pregnant.
For more information on Beyond the Bump, visit beyond-the-bump.com/Pittsburgh or www.facebook.com/beyondthebumpevents, call 585.244.2040 or email email@example.com. Follow on Twitter and Pinterest.
Don’t miss this great event. Steel City Mom will be there, big belly and all. Stop to say hi!