You Can Be Anything, Little One

Pittsburgh Moms is excited to partner with the National Football Foundation and Future for Football! This is sponsored content.

We say this all the time, right? ‘You can be anything you want to be.’ Lately, we say it as we’re watching the football game from our living room. Our kids scream ‘Defense! Defense! Defense!’ and practice ‘Down, Set, Hut’ over and over. 


For our family, football has always been a way to come together, celebrate, and create traditions. Football brings our family together whether it’s watching or playing. Lucky for us, there are so many ways to play and align with so many of our family values, specifcally: tradition, and inclusivity.  

Our football tradition

Sundays in our household are reserved for football. We invite our family in, share a meal together, and sit snug on our couch while our favorite team leaves it all on the field. The National Football Foundation (NFF) celebrates the sport and is steeped in tradition (beginning 75 years ago).


Football is for everyone


Football isn’t just for boys. With so many ways to play, our daughters can get in on the action. With flag, co-ed, and tackle teams available, there’s room for everyone! 


Pittsburgh Moms is proud to partner with the National Football Foundation (NFF) and Future for Football to bring football to more local families. If your family is interested in joining the football community, check out the Future for Football League Finder to find a league local to you.

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Lin Fayad
Meet Linda, Co-Owner of The Pittsburgh Moms. She grew up in Pittsburgh and received her Masters in Counseling Psychology. She met her husband during freshman year of college, and in 2017 they said ‘I do.’ They spent a few years in Fort Worth, Texas for his job, then moved back home to raise their children near family. She is a full-time work-from-home mom to Amelia, Jack, and Adalyn, born in 2019, 2021 and 2023. While in Fort Worth, Linda briefly wrote for Fort Worth Moms where her passion for connecting with other moms began. Her current life mantra is embracing all the ‘ands’ of motherhood and remembering that ‘it can be messy and good.’