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Posted 22 April 2008 - 10:25 AM
Hi all, I am the Moderator for Pregnancy Tips, Questions and Information.
If you have any questions or specific issues with threads/posts etc please feel free to PM me. I am rarely far away.
Also please note that from time to time some threads will be moved if I feel that there is a more appropriate section. This may include questions about feeding your baby, product discussions, birth related questions and so forth. If I do move your post you will not be notified personally but a shadow link will be left to redirect readers/posters to it's new location.
EB Pregnancy News Letter
Do you subscribe to EB's Weekly Guide to Pregnancy newsletter? - this is sent each week to coincide with the week of your pregnancy and offers timely advice on you and your baby.
If you are not subscribed just go to your Member Control Panel, click on Personal Settings and go to My Newsletter Subscriptions - and fill in your details - EASY!
Thanks everyone - hope you find the newsletter of value - just like thousands of other EB'ers over the years!
If you experience any problems in receiving the newsletter please email firstname.lastname@example.org or post in the Messages to Mods forum in Housekeeping.
Best wishes for your pregnancy!
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