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Teaching Heart Mom has been nominated for Best Pittsburgh Parent Blog in Nickelodeon’s Parents’ Picks Awards! We need your help to win! You can vote for us once a day, every day, from now until July 15 at
Truthfully, I was a bit surprised to be nominated as a “Pittsburgh Parent Blog”, since the majority of my posts don’t mention Pittsburgh life or attractions… Still it is an honor and I do hope to win. Looks like it will be a tough go as Burgh Baby seems to be getting the majority of the votes without even having a button or announcement on their blog??? Still if Teaching Heart Mom wins you will see a week of free printables for you to download daily… So ya better vote if you like free educational printables!!!
So, for those who landed here looking for Pittsburgh Family Fun News, you are in luck! I have two things to share that are great family fun. One is the Peters Relay for Life in McMurray, PA at Peters Township high school Stadium on May 30, 2009. Start a team or make a donation to Relay For Life. You do not have to be registered to walk the track on Relay Day. There will be live bands, DJ’s, games for the kids, food, auction baskets, and lots more. It is a family fun event with a festival feel. Just bring a few dollars to spend for a good cause! It is a fun day for all ages!
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The title of this post is, “A Little Girl’s Dream Play Place!” I am a little hesitant to tell you about this great find… It isn’t over crowded yet and I really LOVE this place and so does my three year old! I wish I could have spent hours playing at a Lilliput Play area when I was a kiddo. Now your kiddos can play from 10 till 3, Mondays – Fridays at the McMurray, PA Lilliput Town Center!!! $8.00 a child is a little pricey, but a nice treat. It is adorable and if you child likes make believe, this is their heaven! A town of fun play rooms. There is an ice cream parlor, post office, doctor’s office, beauty shop, grocery store, gas station, and fire station. Each area is complete with accessories to match. My daughter had a blast scooping play ice cream cones and playing beauty shop with the pretend hair dryer and make up.
The lady who was working when we were there said ages up o ten were welcome. I suggest to age seven max. Perhaps older girls would enjoy it… but my son would probably get bored and cause trouble after about 20 minutes.
There is a nice seating area for mommy too. Coffee comes with mom’s stay. Also they have wireless access and magazines for you to read. It is genius!!! My thumbs up for rainy day fun!
Below is a video of the play area.