Pittsburgh Family Photographers: Family Pictures With Lindsey Ferrie Photography

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One of my goals when I started our family travel blog was to have more and better pictures. More pictures to document our daily life and travels, more pictures of us as a family and more pictures with me in them. I’ve gotten better at most of these, but getting family pictures with the four … Read more

13 Fun Things to Do in Pittsburgh With Kids

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Are you planning a trip to Pittsburgh or looking for fun ideas of things to do as a local? Having lived in Pittsburgh for years now, I’ve had the best time exploring Pittsburgh with kids and without. While Pittsburgh is a smaller US city, it’s big on history, sports and fun things to do. Some … Read more

16 Awesome Fall Activities in Pittsburgh: Fall 2020

One of my favorite things about living in Pennsylvania- and especially Pittsburgh- is that we get to experience all four seasons. Fall has always been my favorite time of year, and Pittsburgh is an awesome place for it. Between the fall foliage, apple picking, pumpkin patches in Pittsburgh and more, there’s no shortage of fall … Read more

Frank Lloyd Wright Houses in PA: Laurel Highlands Day Trip

Fallingwater Laurel Highlands PA Weekend Trips from Pittsburgh Toddling Traveler

Like many people, we’re staying closer to home these days. We recently took a day trip to Laurel Highlands, in lieu of a baby moon that was postponed one too many times. While it wasn’t the relaxing getaway we originally planned, it was an awesome mix of outdoors, history and good food.  (All things we … Read more

25+ Weekend Trips from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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As someone who’s lived all across the state of Pennsylvania, I have quite a bit of experience with weekend trips from Pittsburgh, PA. With everything going on in the world, more people are planning road trips and staying close to home than ever before. Whether you’re planning a family trip, couples trip, or girls weekend … Read more

The Best Things To Do With Toddlers in Pittsburgh

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Having lived in Pittsburgh for 13 years now, I continue to be amazed with just how much there is to do here in the ‘Burgh. From great restaurants to museums to outdoors, Pittsburgh really does offer something for everyone. Now that I have kids, I’m realizing that there are even more things to do with … Read more

Guide to the Best Family Getaway in Ligonier, PA

Ligonier Valley Rail Road Museum Ligonier with Kids

I fell in love with this adorable town east of Pittsburgh from the minute I stepped foot in it. Ligonier, PA, set in the beautiful Laurel Highlands, has long been known as a getaway destination for those of us in the Pittsburgh area. The historic roots, town center and welcoming feel make this charing Pennsylvania … Read more

8 Reasons to Visit Idlewild with a Toddler

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Idlewild and SoakZone is set in Pennsylvania’s beautiful Laurel Highlands, just a few minutes from the town center of Ligonier, PA. As the oldest consecutively running amusement park in Pennsylvania and one of the oldest amusement parks in the US, they’re definitely doing something right to have such a long tradition of family fun. While … Read more

Visiting Pittsburgh’s Mattress Factory with Kids

If you haven’t figured it out by the name, the Mattress Factory definitely isn’t your typical art museum in Pittsburgh, PA. I had heard about how great the Mattress Factory was for years. It wasn’t until I started exploring some of our local Pittsburgh museums with toddlers, however, that I actually had a chance to … Read more

Visiting Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Museums with Kids

Dinosaurs Carnegie Museum of Natural History Pittsburgh with a Toddler

We’re fortunate that Pittsburgh, PA has no shortage of great museums, thanks to Andrew Carnegie and other titans of the steel industry. One of the great things about the Carnegie Museum of National History and the Carnegie Museum of Art is that they’re connected within the same building. That means you get access to both … Read more

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