Portland Moms Blog is adding another veteran guest writer to our team! Megan Barella is a Certified Positive Discipline Parent Educator and Master Trainer. Over the past couple of years, she has written periodically as a PMB guest, and...
As we say goodbye to 2018 and hello to 2019, we're looking back on an amazing year at Portland Moms Blog. Here are our top posts from 2018; time to snuggle up with a warm blanket and read any...
Portland Moms Blog partnered up with Delectable Baked Goods and Traveling Julie Photography for the second year in a row to celebrate our Cookies with Santa event, hosted at Frigg's Mercantile in NE Portland! Guests enjoyed a photo experience...
Portland Moms Blog is growing! Katie LaBonte has written as a PMB guest, and we area thrilled to bring her on board our team as a regular contributor! Please give her a warm welcome, and check out her recent...
As 2018 draws to a close and we start to plan for all that 2019 will bring, we want to find out more about you, our readers! Our goal is to bring top resources, events, giveaways, and content to...
Every year, the Saturday after Thanksgiving is National “Small Business Saturday.” Originally created by American Express, this nationwide event encourages people to shop at smaller retailers within their community rather than large corporations. For this year’s Small Business Saturday, we’re...
We are so excited to introduce you to Selena, the newest writer to join the Portland Moms Blog team! A little bit about Selena: Location: Fairview (East Portland) Family Stats: Boy Mom: 2 boys, Sam and Max + partner, Matt ...
Last month, a collection of rad, mom boss ladies gathered at Frigg’s Mercantile in Northeast Portland as part of Portland Moms Blog’s first ever Sip + Shop event. The idea was simple: bring together a dozen female entrepreneurs who...

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