We are so excited to announce our newest arrival: the 2019-2020 Mom & Baby Guide! Having a baby is a huge life change, and there are so many fantastic professionals throughout Portland who support mamas through the journey. If...
Although it's been pretty mild this year, we know August is usually the hottest, driest days of Portland's beautiful summer. With many of Portland's Metro school districts starting this year before Labor Day, the days are counting down to...
One of the best things about how large Portland's tri-county area is the variety of events throughout the year. The 4th of July is no exception with parades, festivals, and fireworks EVERYWHERE all over the metro! Whether you want...
With school ending in the middle of June this year, it feels like July is the real start of summer in Portland. Here’s a list of some of the family-friendly things taking place this month in Portland and our...
The highly anticipated Portland Birthday Party Guide {2019-2020} is finally here (and it's better than ever)! We all have kids. They all have birthdays. While birthday parties definitely come with perks (did someone say cake?), planning the party can get...
There are endless options for outdoor nature adventures in the Pacific Northwest. I have an entire Instagram collection, titled “Places to Go.” of different spots around Oregon where I would love to bring my family. However, the reality is...
There are days I feel like I'm walking the highwire balancing school, spring sports, birthday parties, work, and trying to have a life that isn't all about the kids. Since I can't join the circus because I really would...
Mother's Day is Sunday, May 12th! Whether you're looking for ideas to spoil that special mama in your life, or need some serious hints to drop so your family can spoil YOU, Portland Moms Blog has you covered! We’ve...
Spring is here! Every time spring rolls around, it brings an appreciation for the longer days, warmer weather, and blooming flowers and trees of the season. My family tends to hibernate a bit in the winter, so once spring...
Earth Day is April 22. What began in 1970 in the United States is now celebrated each year by 1 billion people in 192 countries. So your kids ride bikes and use water bottles, but how much do they...

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