WE ARE GIVING AWAY AN ELEGANT PUSH PRESENT – A PENDANT AND NECKLACE WORTH NEARLY $300!
Petite Box is a monthly delivery service of curated box brimming with treats and products for babies up to one year old. Those who register on its site would have received 4 to 7 of top and rising baby products monthly in the mail, shipped free! Customers could purchase 4, 6 or annual subscriptions and get great products and at a price below the value of the combined products. They come in a very beautiful box and opening up the box is a treat in of in itself. Ingenius idea, right?!
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How to Add an Expected Child
Previously, parents on Facebook often used profile pictures of ultrasound scans, as well as status updates to announce they were expecting a child, but there wasn’t a good way to persistently display this information without making it the focus of one’s profile. In some cases, parents would create a profile for their unborn child, which violates Facebook’s terms of service, or alternatively create an official Page for them. This new option lets users to prominently display the momentous news of having a baby on the way without creating a separate presence for the child.
A funny glitch is that it also permits you to tag a friend as that expected child who is NOT yet born.
It has been fodder and the subject of many a practical jokes recently. What happens is you can send a tag request to someone you don’t know. It’s great for those Maury Povich jokes. “Melissa is here with 5 men and she wants our show to take tests on all of them to determine which man she had unprotected sex with within a 2 week span is the father of her 2 year old Kelly…”
Social networking site Facebook has banned a pregnant woman’s naked picture after she posted it on her Facebook page as her profile picture.
Pregnant Angela Hurst, 34, was stunned when the tasteful naked picture of her showing off her baby bump was taken off her page, with Facebook claiming that it breached the site’s nudity rules. Emulating Demi Moore’s famous naked pregnant pose for Vanity Fair in 1999, mum-to-be Angela had a professional photographer take the shot but Facebook deemed it too revealing.
“The picture was a bit of fun and not at all seedy – all my ‘bits’ were covered,” Angela said, reports The Sun. “It was something nice to remember my pregnancy by and was not sexual – and if Demi Moore can do it, why can’t I?”
Facebook has stuck by its ruling and stated, “Our rules prohibit nudity on the site.”