This free Pittsburgh-area postpartum support group is here for you — and has been for decades
Looking for postpartum support in Pittsburgh? Storkbites is here for you.
Solid advice about solid foods: Details on baby feeding from Pittsburgh experts
Feeding a baby solid food? Kidsburgh has the latest guidelines and recommendations.
Which titles made this year’s Best Books for Babies list?
The Best Books for Babies list is created by librarians and child-development experts.
What is a grounding kit? Learn how to make this tool that can help with emotional regulation.
Grounding kits are a great resource to keep on hand for situations in which a person needs relief from stress, anxiety, or both.
Daniel Tiger’s new digital game helps prep kids for a positive experience at the dentist
“Daniel Tiger: At the Dentist” is a new free game that can help kids feel comfortable at the dentist.
Human Services Center Mon Valley has helped families for 40 years, and they’re just getting started
The Human Services Center was established in 1982 as a human services “mall” with a mission to fight poverty.
These new infant sleep guidelines and a new federal law can help you protect your baby
New infant sleep guidelines are here — the first new guidelines from the AAP since 2016. Details here.
Guest Editor Cooper Munroe on building your community of mothers — and which Pittsburgh women can help you do it
Cooper Munroe’s kids are now grown, but her work remains focused on helping mothers navigate the challenge of daily life with little ones.
Foster Love Project outgrows its space as it expands outreach programs
“The goal is giving a child a dignified experience and making them feel loved.”
Babies love storytime! Snuggle up with these 2021 Best Books for Babies
Babies love to snuggle up with their grownup, flipping through pages, looking at pictures and listening to the rhythm of language.
Sponsored Content Baby, it’s playtime. Try these fun tips from Hello Baby Pittsburgh
Starting at two months of age or so, babies become more aware of the world around them. You can help foster this growth with a few fun, simple activities.
‘I can do it!’ VolunTOTS empowers little kids to do good in Pittsburgh communities
“I think people are looking for good, looking for joy and for community. And I think that we’re providing that for people.”
Sponsored Content Co-parenting? Here’s what you need to know
Parents are discovering how to share parenting duties when they’re not together.
How to prevent meltdowns and tantrums over screen-time limits
Photo by Anna Shvets. Helping kids regulate their own media use is an ongoing process, and along the way you’re likely to experience some struggles when it’s time to turn […]
$4.4 million from Heinz Endowments to support child care programs, from prenatal to age 3
“The pandemic ripped open the curtain on the precarious state of our nation’s early childhood care and education system.”
Sponsored Content New dad? You’ve got this. Follow these 5 tips for fatherhood fun
You have everything you need to help your new baby get off to a good start in life.
New Allegheny County Department of Children Initiatives to direct funding to preschool and afterschool programs
“All of Allegheny County’s children and families deserve comprehensive, equitable and high-quality early learning and out-of-school-time services if we are to continue to build our county’s reputation.”
You are your child’s first teacher. A new video series from Trying Together supports your efforts
Moms and dads start the educational process long before teachers and schools become involved.
The Children’s Home Pediatric Specialty Hospital wins national award for its Ready. Set. Home! initiative
Families will learn troubleshooting techniques that may reduce emergency visits to the hospital.
Must read for parents: Mister Rogers’ lessons for raising ‘curious, creative, caring kids’
“Fred Rogers was a learning scientist of his day.”