We are excited to announce the new Guide to Our Do’s and Don’ts for The Bump Community. We hope this guide will help you have an even better experience on The Bump. Our Guide has information to help you meet people, join existing conversations and get advice on Community etiquette. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the Guide. Please note, the Guide does not change our amazing moderators’ activities here at The Bump.
Please continue to share your experiences, dreams and concerns — and to give advice and support to other Bumpies who *really* understand what you are going through.
We have some terrific plans for new features, discussions and perspectives here at The Bump, and we look forward to sharing all this information with you. Please take some time tonight and over the next few days to review the guidelines. We welcome any questions you may have, and will be online tomorrow morning to answer them.
Welcome to The Bump; we hope you have a great experience in our Community Forums. We created The Bump Community so women (and guys -- we have forums for dads too!) can connect with others who are going through what you’re going through -- or who’ve gone through it and have advice and perspectives to share. Think of it like a community where you can find friendships and even a support group, where you can share as much and as little as you want to, or need to -- but remember that all your posts are public.
What’s The Bump Community?
The Bump’s Community is like a fantastic park with lots of interesting, exciting and informative sections -- many of them will catch your eye and you’ll want to spend some time there, although some of them won’t. Every forum in our Community has its own history and culture -- and sometimes its own language! To help you navigate and find the best spots for you, we’ve created a little guide to help you find your way around.
How To Be A Great Bumpie:
Every forum at The Bump is different from the others. Read the first few pages of posts to get a feel for each forum, and then focus on the do’s and avoid the don’t’s:
"Personal attack: I think you’re an asshole. Personal attack: I think you’re acting like an asshole. Not a personal attack: I think your comments and actions are rude and inappropriate. You’re being unfair."
Hi guys - I was a Parenting lurker and I am venturing over because the Bump Gods are twatwaffles and you all are fabulous. Now, if I could just learn how to get a pic in my siggy... And my kids think I'm "working" while they play in my office. Supporting you guys is currently more important to me than playing zombie army men.
Why don't we have the page numbers of the thread on the bottom of the page like on GBCN?
Because that is something the admins of this forum have to add to the forum. Just like changing the color scheme and adding the likes total in the mini profile. This is an empty shell of a forum until the fun stuff gets added to spruce it up.
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