I keep seeing people apologising for TMI on various threads... But as a person who is new to BB please forgive me for saying. I welcome your TMI because it is really informative for the rest of us who need to know the technical ins and outs of the baby making process which appears to be a lot more complicated than just in/out/shake it all about
OK said my bit and looking forward to sharing our experiences together.
I think part of what makes BB great is that people are willing to share TMI, whether they feel the need to apologize or not. I'm so glad to have found a place where people feel safe to talk fully about what is going on for them.
I've had this in my signature for a while, I really wondered why people posted "tmi" when every other thread is about CM, periods, poop etc.
I'm sure it's just an embarrassment thing, but it is nice to have a place where we can talk about these things and not feel quite as bad - after all talking to a group of strangers face to face about your poop last night isn't really an every day occurrence
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