funnypeculiar · 15/05/2007 11:40
hello & welcome to mn ... I think the general advice is just get stuck in - everything else is pretty self-explanatory.
As you may guess from some of todays' thread titles, some of the debate on here can get rather more, ahem, heated than some other parenting sites, so a thick skin & a sense of humour are useful things to have about you!
littlelapin · 15/05/2007 11:50
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MrsBadger · 15/05/2007 11:53
MN is divided into a bunch of different topics
so when you post you can put it in the most appropriate one to help other people who are interested in the same things find it.
Eg if you have a nappy question, post it in Nappies and potty training , or if you just want to chat, try Chat ...
Writing posts that are easy for other people to understand (spelling, grammar, capital letters, pressing return occasionally etc ) means more people will take the time to read your posts.
contentiouscat · 15/05/2007 11:56
Hi & welcome
Some people get very emotional about:
Mother & baby parking - always starts a disabled v mother & baby slanging match
Bratz Dolls - apparently look like hookers
Fruit shoots & "junk" food in general
If you are better mum if you Stay at home or work
Avoid all unless you want to start a bunfight (which can be fun) - LOL
Great fun if you can have a laugh about it! Most people are very nice but there are a few nutters.
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