We have rolled out a couple of slide shows in a few communities, one of the more popular ones being a slide show of pictures of all of the MedHelp pets (http://www.medhelp.org/slideshows/show/2?camp=slideshow_ad_2). As our members were discussing their "babies" we realized we didn't have a slide show of the real MedHelp babies. So, with that, we're asking members to send in their pictures of their newborns and babies for a MedHelp Baby slide show. This is completely optional, but if you are interested, please send an email to support @ medhelp.org with the following:
* A high resolution digital photo of your baby
* Your member name
* Your baby's first name (first name only please)
* A fun fact or two about your baby
* And, if you have a Baby Page, send us the link to the and we'll include it as well
Feel free to send in more than one if you have more than one baby. This should be a fun addition to the Maternal & Child community!
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