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We are delighted to announce that we are finally pregnant again!  We’ve been trying for a while now and faced a devastating miscariage not too long ago.  Just wanted to share the happy news :-)  Good luck to all those TTC like I was for so long!  It will happen for you ...
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Wondering how to prepare for pregnancy, to choose a baby name, or to get your toddler to sleep? EverydayFamily is the place to be, with resources from preconception to preschool and beyond.

EverydayFamily provides expert advice and informative articles on everything from pregnancy symptoms to baby milestones and beyond. Millions of members are in the know thanks to continually expanding offerings including interactive tools, like our gender predictor; personalized content, like our week by week development newsletters; and member rewards programs.

EverydayFamily is an online home for parents who are looking for information, support, and fun as their families grow. Member provided information allows us to customize the site to meet individual needs and interests, with tips and tools; member forums; and articles and videos tailored to a multitude of ages and stages. Of course, the family we serve goes beyond the site, to the global family we all share. EverydayFamily supports families everywhere in cooperation with charitable organizations on local, national, and global levels.

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