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For anyone who does not like the new WEBMD
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An_222619 posted:
Some WebMD mamas made a site on Cafemom. It is a lot like the old Webmd

http://www.cafemom.com/group/109518
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curleysue1968 responded:
cafemom was a CATFEST when I tried it when my DD was a newborn. Too much drama, no thanks.
 
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Stephensmom1214 replied to curleysue1968's response:
LOL, Sue!

What I think is REALLY entertaining about this particular post, is that it was posted anonymously!
 
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Shena1981 replied to Stephensmom1214's response:
Do you know that I was trying to think who Anon was? HAHAHA Good call on the Anonymous.
 
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Stephensmom1214 replied to Shena1981's response:
Oh, I have a pretty good idea... I think. But really, if it's such a great group, why hide who you are?
 
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modd0709 responded:
Not sure who made this post but The webmd group on Cafemom has no drama. I have wondered on to some other boards and you're right there is way too much drama.. but Jill and Britnae who moderate the boards will delete any posts that attack and in the group description it states that all opinions are welcome and there will be heated discussions but if you don't have anything nice to say then don't dont say anything at all. Looking at some of the other boards on Cafemom makes me appreciate all of the moms from Webmd.

I firmly believe in not knocking something until you try it. So if you don't want to join then fine.. but no need to knock it.


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