This change is awful....I have been on the boards for a long time and its good to be able to follow people and their updates. Also, what happened to the parents of multiples board? I have triplets and this is helpful. I really dislike these changes and think they need to be changed back.
WebMD didn't bring over the multiples board, but one of the great things that our exchanges do is allow members to start their own exchange, so one of the mom's started a Mothers of Multiples exchange that might help you.
I am sorry you are having a hard time adjusting, sorry but we'll not be able to change back to the old way but hopefully you'll find some things on the exchanges that you'll come to enjoy.
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