It was moved from "Pregnancy" to "Chat," which led to a healthy discussion as to where is the most appropriate place to host conversations about pregnancies that do not end happily - a place in which people going through it do not feel swept aside, but also, where women who are experiencing pregnancy loss can quickly find the advice and support they need.
Many feel it should remain under "Becoming a Parent" to recognise that losing a baby does not end your status as a parent. However, having had a v late miscarriage myself, I also wonder how hard it might be to find yourself inamongst lots of birth announcements, maternity wear chat, etc.
I can see both arguments, so I thought I would start somewhere to have a conversation and hear as many views as possible.
Did mumsnet's recent miscarriage awareness campaign take a view on this?
Personally I don't mind where it is, but perhaps that is because I already have a DC.
I can see the argument for it being a part of "becoming a parent". And FWIW, posters viewing topics in that area are not at all surrounded by threads about pregnancy and birth, because the topics are not linked. You can either view all topics in active, or one topic at a time by clicking on the topic name. There's no way of viewing all topics within a topic group - it's just a way of arranging them on the list of topics.