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i made a facebook page you can comment you name so i can add you

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i need more friends and would be happy to add you all sorry to post things non parent related but i think it would be cool

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It may not be parent related but some of use do feel lonlier when we are pregnant. I do, mostly cuz I miss doing the fun things I could be doing instead of having to worry about someone bumping the baby or falling down.You can look me up on facebook via the e-mail
Have you tried looking for mommy groups in your area?  I found a great one via, or you could ask your doctor or church.  The internet is good for a lot of things, but there's nothing like face-to-face interaction - and it'll give your daughter a chance to interact with other babies too, which is just as (if not more) important.
arizona ..i looked up but i dnt really understand how this works ...!!?? 
When you go to, near the top of the page there should be text saying "Find a Group".  Click on that.  You'll be sent to a page with two main text boxes.  One is for the kind of group you'd like to find - be it a mommy group, a playgroup, a bunch of people who want to get together and discuss the flavor of cheese all day.  Type that in.  Add your zip code or city.  Hit "search".  It may take a couple of tries on the "type of group" to get the right wording to find the right group, but you should find listings for types of groups.  Join the one you think works, and start RSVPing and attending meetings. Some groups charge a low member fee, because Meetup charges groups about $70/year for website maintainance.  Usually you have a grace period to figure out if the group is right for you or not.  I know I've really enjoyed my group; it's huge and there's always something being organized - and we're able to organize our own stuff within the group, too.  I've found some great mommy friends this way, and my son's made some good friends too.  Good luck!
i looked into the meetup group for my area. i found some groups related to stay at home mothers, and toddlers. however, after attending a few events, i did not really care for the group, so i quit going. that doesn't mean that you won't find something you like, though. try it out. it's free to sign up.
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