I have a mind to join that board and point out how she is fraudulently playing on people's sympathies, but I won't. She's not the first, nor the last, fraudulent mummy blogger.
I went to the site and found a contact form, which I used to notify them of the possible scam along with a link to this particular page. Whether they do anything about it is up to them, but at least they know of our discussion.
You linked this Ehell page? Posters have done similar things in the past, and it doesn't work out so well for us here. It brings a lot of riff raff and trolls to our forum.
I read the CS boards pretty frequently. She did remove several links in her sig that had pointed to her fund-raising stuff, and left only her blog link. I'm not sure if she's for real or not, and have not donated anything, but my gut tells me that it could be real, even if some of the SC stories are embellished.
As far as I understand it, she and her husband are at that line between needing assistance, but having too much income from her husband's job to qualify. This isn't something she just recently started posting about. She's shared info from the beginning about her complications, and apparently was active on those boards before this pregnancy (with a break due to other medical issues, IIRC).
At the end of the day, we can't know for certain if this is a scam or a legitimate plea for help, as we don't know this individual personally.