The Mommy Blogosphere was abuzz when Time magazine asked "Are you Mom Enough?" That question was accompanied by a provocative cover photo of a mother breast feeding her three year old toddler. "Attachment Parenting" is a practice which commonly includes: breastfeeding into the toddler years, babywearing, responding quickly to baby's cries, and for some parents co-sleeping and bedsharing with their infants and toddlers.WQED goes inside homes of three families who practice and "Attachment Parenting," while exploring the philosophy and showing where it fits in to the lives and realities facing parents today.
Attachment Parenting aired on Oct 29, 2012.
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Squirrel Hill is not only Pittsburgh's largest city neighborhood but also one of the most complex. In a time of declining city population, Squirrel Hill has grown. It has become the Pittsburgh's own Ellis Island, a mecca for varied ethnic groups moving to Pittsburgh, and home to the most unusual restaurants and stores in town. It's also becoming a model for city living. There's so much to see - in only 30 minutes, but you'll enjoy Squirrel Hill in a nutshell.
Original airdate: Oct 22, 2012
They design furniture, craft sculpture and create fine collectibles. We’ll take you inside the studios and showrooms of Ron Layport, Tadao Arimoto and Thad Mosley to see how their special talent of bending art and nature results in some of the most fascination woodwork around the region and the world.
Original airdate: Oct 15, 2012
Pittsburgh has often been named the nation's most livable city, but how many people actually consider living downtown? Downtown Pittsburgh is in the midst of another major transformation and for the first time ever housing is a key part of the plans. WQED's Tonia Caruso explores this growing real estate trend, introduces people who live Downtown and shows the places they call home. From the practical to the posh, you might be surprised at what's available and what it means to the future of Pittsburgh.
Original airdate: Oct 08, 2012
New studies show that as many as one out of seven moms suffer from postpartum depression with symptoms ranging from loss of appetite to difficulty bonding with their babies. WQED explores the risk factors, causes, symptoms and treatment options for postpartum depression and related disorders with local doctors. You'll also hear from two moms about their almost year-long battle with postpartum symptoms and find out how a group called "Baby Steps" is guiding mothers in supporting each other and finding recovery.
Original airdate: Apr 09, 2012
"Tony's Story" focuses on Iraq-era war veterans coping with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) after deployment. Tony Canzonieri of Charleroi, Pennsylvania talks openly about his struggle with prescription drugs, alcohol and infidelity, and his current efforts to help other veterans now returning to the U.S. This 30-minute documentary was condensed from the 60-minute documentary, "Long Road Home," which includes the struggles of veterans from World War II, the Vietnam War and Korean War.
Original airdate: Mar 26, 2012
When PBS's Antiques Roadshow shot new episodes in Pittsburgh in the summer of 2011, producers received thousands of requests from Western Pennsylvanians interested in showing their antiques. In this documentary, you'll go behind the scenes of the production and meet local people who learned more about their treasures.
Original airdate: Feb 22, 2012