As soon as news of school closures hit, families and businesses immediately began sharing innovate ideas on how to make the quarantine experience easier on everybody. From community involvement to small business food delivery ideas, we're pooling together different...
There may still be snow on Mt. Hood, but our partners at Saturday Academy have me thinking about summer already! Summer planning can be a balancing act. My kids keep saying they just want to swim and relax this summer; I...
Summer Camps? We’ve got that. Portland Moms Blog is excited to announce that the 2020 Guide to Portland Summer Camps is here! We’ve partnered with some of the best summer camps around to make it easier than ever to plan your...
My annual resolution to regularly volunteer with my kids is failing. Already. Again. I want to get my kids volunteering more. I’ve been saying this for about three years. They need to step outside of themselves and gain some perspective...
Besides Valentine's Day, February is often a month we'd rather speed through quickly. It's still winter, still cold, and still raining; sometimes it's a blessing that it's the shortest month of the year. Luckily, there's still plenty to do...
My six-year-old son Kyle is a huge fan of the children’s book “Dragons Love Tacos.” When I learned that Oregon Children’s Theatre had brought the story to life on stage at the Newmark Theatre, I knew it was the...
The seasons have changed and the rain has set in. When that happens it’s always nice to have a tried and true kid-friendly coffee shop in PDX to venture out to. Sometimes mom just needs a little pick-me-up because...
With the holidays coming up, we know you're on the lookout for gifts that are thoughtful and unique. At Portland Moms Blog, we encourage you to shop local. The Portland area has many local artists and small businesses that...
Oh Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree, where will we find you this year? Ah, the holidays. A time for twinkling light displays, enthusiastic caroling, and copious amounts of eggnog. It's literally the only time of year when someone can walk...
I own a house. While it’s not huge or fancy, it is still mine to call home. Inside, my family has food, water, heat, beds to sleep in, and safety. We have two reliable, nearly-new vehicles to drive us...

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