Migration Complete, We Have Lift Off

Written by mom & dad - One Comment

If you’re reading this message, then it means that you’re now accessing Raising4Boys from the new server. During the move we also took the opportunity to upgrade to the newest version of WordPress (the software that runs this site). While we’ve tested things fairly thoroughly and hope that we have the bugs worked out, it’s always possible (likely?) that something’s amiss.

If you notice any problems, please leave a comment at the end of this post, drop us a line via our contact form, or shoot us an e-mail (use ‘4boys‘ at this domain for the address).

Please also feel free to leave a comment letting us know that you’re able to see the site on the new server.

Update: We had some database problems, and we thus lost any comments left from Saturday-Sunday evening. However, everything’s working great now.

Published on June 2nd, 2007 - One Comment
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  1. Welcome to your new home.

    Comment by Blaine Moore — Jun 4th 2007 @ 10:03 am

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