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    KCAimee posted:
    I was just wondering what other forums you mamas are on and what you like about them. Not that I NEED to join any other forums but I always wonder what else is out there!

    Here are mine:

    WebMD. Came here after my 4th m/c when I found the coping with pregnancy loss board. Then moved to TTC after loss and pregnancy after loss and then the parenting boards.

    DiaperPin.com. Found this when I started CD'ing. There are tons of other forums in there like frugal living, healthy living, pregnancy, parenting, in the kitchen. They also have a co-op forum where I've gotten in on some awesome deals on all kinds of things. It's a great forum and I will say that there is hardly ANY drama there. It's a very ecclectic group of woman and I've learned a ton there. Most of my enviro friendly ideas have come from there.

    DiaperSwappers.com Found this one when I wanted to sell some of my CD's that weren't working for us. Then I bought a bunch of CD's to try there. They also have a ton of forums similar to diaper pin but DS is way bigger and has ALOT more drama! I mostly lurk there but I do FSOT there and join co-ops where I can get great deals on things.

    That's it for me. Where else do you "hang out"?
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    jlcohen78 responded:
    WebMD. This is my go to spot. I started coming here right after I found out I was pregnant with DD. I've made some great friends and love that it's generally drama-free.

    Cafemom. I started going there after someone had posted about it on WebMD. There are tons of forums there and ALL walks of life post over there. Lots and lots and lots of drama on the general boards but the smaller boards are pretty nice.

    DiaperSwappers. I started going there before I even began CDing. I tend to lurk more than I post over there but I love it because it's not so main-stream compared to here and Cafemom.

    When I'm really board I'll check out Babycenter and The Bump. Or Circle of Mom's. I found a seizure support group on Circle of Mom's that has been so helpful.
     
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    MontanaMama2009 responded:
    Well, obviously, WebMD.

    And now The Pin, like Aimee. In fact, Aimee suggested it and I totally love it!

    ThriftyMama is a new one.

    And, of course, my blog http://daisyheadmamas.blogspot.com/

    I really don't have time for much else.
     
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    ariannasmommy1125 responded:
    Just Webmd. It's the only one I can get on at work! I may check out Diaperpin.com snice we are TTC #2 and I would love to CD if I am able to be SAHM or WAHM with my next one.


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