Bluegrass music filled the air as we walked along Filbert Street in downtown Philadelphia toward the Reading Terminal Market. This was a big day for our little boy (Little P.) as my husband and I just took him on his first “train” ride from Narberth to the Market East station on SEPTA’s regional rail.
With less than two weeks until Halloween, parents may be scrambling on the Main Line to make or find the perfect costume for their little one. We’ve gathered a list of local events to help you get in the spirit of things for the holiday.
Main Line Moms were charmed by Chef Scott’s four course-menu inspired by famous chefs who are also moms at the Silver Spoon in Wayne for their monthly Moms’ Night Out.
I did NOT think I was going to make it when I got hit with sciatic pain while pregnant. I’d been so active up until about 30 weeks, when I was nearly in tears from the pain in my hips and lower back whenever I changed positions from sitting to standing, rolled over in bed, or went for short walks.
The Chestnut Hill Fall for the Arts Festival was packed singles, families, babies, kids and dogs Sunday afternoon. This outdoor market filled with art, music, culinary delights and boutique shopping along Germantown Avenue was attended by several Main Line Moms throughout the day.
The Clover Market is an upscale vintage outdoor market in Ardmore featuring a select group of sellers with antiques & decorative collectibles, vintage jewelry & clothing, original art and artisan crafts, up-cycled furniture, and architectural salvage. Their focus is on the unique, unusual, and handmade for the home.
Local Nutritionist, Chiropractor, and MainLineMom Cara Hillwig recently presented a talk on how to drop that stubborn baby weight once and for all. MLM shares 10 helpful tips from the workshop.
Several Main Line Moms visited the Please Touch Museum Spetember 19th, along with over 200 attendees, for a special event showcasing local mompreneurs along with their products and services. Facials and makeovers, educational seminars and networking with business owners made a day at the Please Touch Museum all about Mom!
My friend Cathy introduced me to Kidproteq this summer after she had one of their in-home safety evaluations and was so pleased with the results. I put up a few gates and covered my outlets dutifully as soon as k started to scoot, but it wasn’t until recently that I felt like I was not keeping up with her baby-proofing needs.
We have two more months to take advantage of the amazing fresh produce, baked goods and flowers at the Bryn Mawr Farmer’s Market. Every Saturday through Thanksgiving from 9AM-1PM you can explore the colors, smells and tastes of the country in the Municipal Lot at Lancaster Ave at Morris Ave.