StorkNet.com’s 10 Year Anniversary Celebrates Motherhood

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In the age of dot com bombs and fly-by-night websites, ten years on the internet is an amazing accomplishment. StorkNet is one of those rare older websites celebrating its tenth anniversary!

I can’t imagine going through my three pregnancies without StorkNet.com

Have you ever wondered what our mothers and grandmothers did before the Internet? Where did they turn for information about trying to conceive? Who did they talk to about bringing a baby into the world? How in the world did they survive without going online to meet their virtual friends who were in various stages of motherhood?

According to the CDC, there are over 4 million births in this country every year. Additionally, millions more are actively trying to conceive.

“I can’t imagine going through my three pregnancies without StorkNet.com,” says pregnancy journal writer Bridget. “There is so much knowledge and information, from preconception and family planning to raising your teenagers. The StorkNet community is filled with a diverse and caring group of women ready to help answer any question or just share in the simple joys of raising children. It’s a wonderful source of support; StorkNet really has it all!”

In addition to StorkNet.com, women can also find information, tools, resources and other like-women through the StorkNet Family of websites including PregnancyGuideOnline.com, ExploringWomanhood.com, MarriedRomance.com and EriChad.com for grief support. Never before has there been so much great information in one place, targeted not just “at” women, but “for and by” women.

“One of the reasons I have enjoyed StorkNet so much is its wealth of information about pregnancy and parenting, as well as the personal stories including journals and birth stories. The message boards from the Stork Clubs to the Reading Circle are a great place to go for ideas, encouragement and friendship. We share our lives before, during and after our children are conceived and born,” Caryl, a mom of two said. “I’ve learned so much from StorkNet, and I know I’m a better parent because of my experiences with this website.”

“We hope StorkNet is a place for all women to start on their reproductive journey,” Maribeth Doerr, founder and CEO of StorkNet.com states. “We see the marvelous glow of pregnancy around every link, and we are so proud of the work that we've done with our visitors for the last ten years. We hope to be here another ten years and then some.”

For more information about StorkNet.com, visit the website at: http://www.storknet.com

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