JM's Top Fifty Boards for February 2012!

By JustMommies

Congratulations to JM’s top fifty boards for the month of February! The list consists of not just our busiest boards but also boards that have active members that make their boards interesting. We use a weighted system so that all of our boards have a chance to be on the list. Having a lot of new topics and posts, along with active members is the best way for your board to get on the top of the list. If you do not see your favorite board on this list, please ask your Hosts to sign up to participate.

Congratulations from the JustMommies Admin Team!!

February 2012 Top Fifty Boards

1~ August 2012 Due Date Club

2~ Trying to Conceive

3~ October 2012 Due Date Club

4~ September 2012 Due Date Club

5~ April 2012 Due Date Club

6~ July-August 2010 Playroom

7~ March 2012 Due Date Club

8~ May 2012 Due Date Club

9~ August 2011 Playroom

10~ February 2012 Due Date Club

11~ January 2010 Playroom

12~ June 2012 Due Date Club

13~ Am I Pregnant?

14~ Trying to Conceive After Loss

15~ Pregnancy & Motherhood After Loss

16~ December 2011 Playroom

17~ Moms of Girls

18~ Mommy Weightloss & Fitness

19~ March, April, & May 2011 Playroom

20~ Paper Scrapbooking

21~ Cloth Diapering

22~ Waiting to Try to Conceive

23~ September 2010 Playroom

24~ Moms of Toddlers

25~ Trying to Conceive with Endometriosis

26~ Love & Sex

27~ April 2008 Playroom

28~ October 2009 Playroom

29~ November 2012 Due Date Club

30~ January-December 2004 Playroom

31~ September 2011 Playroom

32~ Twentysomething Mommies

33~ March 2008 Playroom

34~ Catholic Parenting

35~ Natural Family Planning/FAM

36~ Western Mommies

37~ Children with Developmental Delays and Disorders

38~ Housekeeping, Home Decor, and Organization

39~ Blinkies R Us

40~ Siggies R Us

41~ Digital Scrapbooking

42~ Moms of Boys

43~ Cesarean Section Birth

44~ Children with ADHD

45~ Working Mommies

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