Category Archives: Parenting Pgh Style

Campaign for Fair Education Funding

* I’m teaming up with the Campaign for Fair Education Funding to speak out for students across Pennsylvania. Although I am receiving some form of compensation, all opinions are my own. #FairFundingPA Choosing a school for your precious child is one of the most important things you will do as a parent. Education is a high priority on your list of t-do’s. No matter which path your Read More →

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Going from SAHM (Stay At Home Mom) to WM (Working Mom)

Disclaimer…. Opinions on this article are mine and are not intended to upset or belittle anyone. All moms are awesome and doing the best they can for their family. On Tuesday October 4, 2011 I became a SAHM (Stay At Home Mom). Surprisingly, I had been working in some form since I was 14, so the idea that I could stay home and raise a Read More →

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#BurghBaby Diaper Drive

Photo by: DiaryofaFirstTimeMom.com Being a parent is Hard Work. The sleepless nights and constant worrying is enough to make a person go nuts. Oh don’t forget the expense. Diapers, formula, bottles, clothes, college fund ………………. Just one thing after another. WOW! With prices going up and up it is no wonder why parents are struggling. I was fortunate. Every person that came to my baby shower Read More →

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I am a Mom so I know more than you!

Photo credit: Alliance for Natural Health USA http://www.anh-usa.org/main-menu/resources/position-papers/862/ I swear the world is going to hell in a hand basket. Wait, scratch that. WE ARE IN HELL ALREADY! All this bickering back and forth over Vaccinations. It is sickening. Grown ass people fighting over something they truly know nothing about. Before you get your panties in a bunch…. let me explain. Vaccines are a crapshoot. Read More →

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Grocery Shopping When You Are BROKE!

* DISCLAIMER: This is my own experience. I am not writing this for sympathy or charity. I just need to let the world know what it is truly like for a struggling mom. Be prepared for strong language and irate behavior. You have been warned! Recently, I went to the grocery store, after about 20 minutes I left with a few things and an upset Read More →

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‘The Mom Con’…. Steel City Mom was there!

To those who braved the cold… to the women who knew there was something more to meeting face to face than meeting virtually… we have seen each other online for years… and now, its time to meet the mom-entrepreneurs and special guests invited to ‘the Mom Con‘.  Carri’s Take – Picture it – – November 15, 2014… Pittsburgh, PA… Saturday morning… a time that most parents Read More →

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Because you’re mine…… I walk the line

Everyday as a parent or stepparent, we walk that very thin line between sanity and losing it. Some of us do better then others but we all do our best at any given moment. Well our buddy Tim had one of those days. Please give him some love and comment after you read. Enjoy!   ……… I feel compelled to write this post simply because I came Read More →

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Education

Cliff is BACK! Here is what he has to say on the subject of Education…………… Please give him feedback. When was the last time you looked at your child’s homework? Did it make sense to you? Were you able to help him/her with it?   Did you feel like a dumbass when the teacher marked the answers wrong?   Education.   Since I was in Read More →

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Promote a Yinzer Series……. Princess Party Mom

Steel City Mom is proud to introduce you to ….. Nicole Geiger Holloway. (Princess Party Mom) Nicole (Nikki) 31 is a Pittsburgh born married mother of 2 children: Tyler 8 1/2 and Carson 4 1/2.  During the week she works full-time as a dental assistant, where she has worked for over 10 years. On the weekends she transforms into The Ice Queen. Here is a little back story……. While planning Read More →

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Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Family PlayShop

Laugh, play, discover and explore. Parents and guardians will dive into quality play time with their children age birth to 5 years. Over the course of this 4-5 week series, babies, toddlers, preschoolers and their adults will spend time together, make friends, use toys to learn about their world and talk one-on-one with child development specialists. Beginning Today the following locations will be having Family Read More →

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