JM's Top Fifty Boards for November 2012

By Justmommies

Congratulations to JM’s top fifty boards for the month of November! 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!

November Top 50 (38) Boards)

1~July 2013 Due Date Club
2~January 2013 Due Date Club
3~October 2012 Playroom
4~Trying to Conceive
5~August 2012 Playroom
6~November 2012 Due Date Club
7~January 2010 Playroom
8~Am I Pregnant
9~August 2011 Playroom
10~UK & Ireland Mummies
11~Trying to Conceive Your First Child
12~Stay at Home Mommies
13~September 2012 Playroom
14~May 2012 Playroom
15~Spiritual Living
16~Trying to Conceive 6 Months +
17~September 2010 Playroom
18~Pregnancy & Motherhood After Loss
19~August 2013 Due Date Club
20~Canadian Mommies
21~Trying to Conceive with Medical Assistance
22~Moms of Girls
23~Paper Scrapbooking
24~Blended Families
25~September 2011 Playroom
26~Mommy Weightloss & Fitness
27~Moms of Preschoolers
28~Trying to Conceive with Endo
29~Trying to Conceive with PCOS
30~Love & Sex
31~Housekeeping, Home Decor and Organization
32~Green Mommies
33~October 2009 Playroom
34~Children with Development Delays and Disorders
35~Cooking, Entertaining & Party Planning
36~Moms of Toddlers
37~ October 2010 Playroom
38~Heated Debates

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