3rd trimester is a very exciting time for all and we would love to share in your joy by having a biweekly virtual baby shower for all 3rd trimester mommies who would like to participate. Our first virtual shower will celebrate all of March and the first 2 weeks in April due dates that way no mommy misses out.
The great news is you may invite your friends from other WebMD communities and also friends who haven't yet joined WebMD to share in your baby shower. Our community can run the shower all week and participate in games and getting to know you questions. We also would like to congratulate all new births and invite you to graduate to our Baby's First Year community so you can stay with your group and continue to share with your birth buddies!
We invite all to participate in our virtual baby shower and help make them fun. Please sign up in this thread if you have already given birth or due the first two weeks in April with:
Your First Name:________________
Due Date or Baby's Birth Date:_____________________
Baby's First Name:______________________
Our first virtual baby shower will begin on April 7th and all of WebMD is invited to help celebrate the birth of your precious little ones! Let's show WebMD why 3rd Trimester is such a great community!
Sign up and let's have some fun!
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