I learned how to post images within my new posts and replies, so I wanted to share. It's not the greatest way, but it's something.
If you have an online photo album that is public, you just have to get the link of the image you want to post. I have a flickr account but you can use facebook, or any other site that you store images.
Once you have the link to your photo, click the last icon in the new editor tool bar. It looks like a photo frame icon (it's next to the unlink icon).
Put in the link to your photo, and click OK. The picture should show up. Here's an example of a recent ultrasound. I hope this helps.
I'm new to this Exchange, but am hoping I can get some advise. My wife is 36 weeks along with our first baby. Things have been going well, except in the past 3 weeks, she hasn't been unable to sleep b/c the pelvic pain is getting really bad and starting to shoot down her legs.
We've tried every type of pillow, and she wears the maternity belt during the day, but nothing is helping. She compares the feeling to having sciatica.
I'm trying to be the helpful husband, but at this point I don't know what to do to help her. Anyone have tips on how to help manage for the next couple of weeks?
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