Baby's arrival whether it is a first child or a third one, it is a special and momentous time in a person's life. At the same time, there comes the responsibility to give proper care to this little life. Read more...View Thread
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| ReplyReplyReport This| Share this:Wake up WEB MD!You've probably noticed that we've gone from posting several notes every hour to only a handful per day. The...
Okay, if you manage to find the board your looking for, look on the top right-hand portion of the page. You will see "Join this Exchange". When you click that, the board will show up in your "My exchange" section on the left-hand side.
This should make things a little easier for those who havn't found it yet.
Also, if you go to the homepage of the exchanges, go to P and scroll down to parenting. The origonal posts are under Parenting: X to Y months or Parenting: Z years.View Thread
Please give us our old message boards back. I think you're going to lose a lot of users.
Problems: * The newborn to 3 month board is missing. * The new format is hard to use--you can only see a couple discussions at once. * Our signatures are missing on replies, this is extremely helpful on the parenting boards especially. * The "popular" posts are old. Some of them are over a year old!
Anyone else want to add what they have found?View Thread
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