This board seems painfully slow compared to when I was pregnant with DD1. Just curious if there are any other places on WebMD to connect with ladies who are due in October/November/December. Am I missing something??
Me (30), DH (30), Fur Baby: Nugget(Shih-tzu/poodle, 1), Alexa (Lexi) Belle due 3/30/2011
Its definitely way slower, which kind of sucks. When I had DD 4 years ago, there were pages and pages of new posts/replies every day... now there's close to nothing. Too bad... I've tried some of the other pregnancy sites that have discussion boards, but none of them seem to be as good/helpful as these ones used to be.
Yup. First trimester I think it about as busy as it gets these days, but that is mostly questions about if they could be pregnant I find. How are your ladies' pregnancies going? I'm 29 weeks today and feeling so much better than I did with DD. Heartburn like crazy but I had that last time too. So happy that my sciatic isn't acting up yet... feeling tired but that's to be expected now that baby is growing so fast! Only about 2 more months to go! I can't wait!
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