I will miss you guys, too!! And you can bet I won't be able to control my curiosity and will be back to see how everyone is doing!
I may even bug Amelia (my virtual bff!) to say hello for me when I can't make it over! LOL
Yes, Kelly, it's not uncommon for WebMD to switch around Mods to better fit schedules or experience. I've had the PAL and 1st Tri communities as mine since I started with WebMD in April of 2010. I took over 3rd Tri around April 2011.
I know you'll enjoy Amelia, and she is already familiar with what a wonderful group all of you are because I brag about you all the time!!! LOL
Just checking back in real quick to ask about the posting problem.
If your first post with your whole birth story was long (more than 3500 characters) you would not have been able to post. You'll know you're over the limit if the orange "Submit" button is there, but it's greyed out.
If that was the case, you can either shorten the post or split it into two posts. (one would be a reply to your 1st).
Is that what happened, or were you experiencing other technical issues? I'm forwarding any feedback to the powers-that-be. View Thread
Baby in the tummy, it's all up to mommy. But once the baby's had, it's bragging rights for Dad
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