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icon7.gif  If you're over 40 and expecting, or have had babies in your 40's, please join us... [message #4759] Fri, 29 April 2005 20:40
Tamara Eaton
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Hi Everyone!

If you're over 40 and expecting, or have had babies in your 40's, please join us also over on the SheLaughed.com message board! We just moved to this new format there, too, thanks to William's work late last night getting everything set us for us and we need some new members now!

I'll be working on getting the old SheLaughed.com message board archived --at least the discussions that are worthy of saving and the testimonies, etc., and I plan to post some on the new board soon, too.

Unfortunately I had problems accessing the Internet today during the period when I was trying to do stuff to the board, so I'll have to wait until I have time to work on it some more later!

[Updated on: Thu, 22 January 2009 15:43]


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