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by Justine Roberts,Carrie Longton


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Babies: The Mumsnet Guide: A Million Mums' Trade Secrets by Mumsnet Paperback £1. Only 2 left in stock (more on the way). FREE Delivery in the UK. Details. Created seven years ago by two new mothers, Mumsnet has become an 'internet phenomenon', according to the Sunday Telegraph, and 'the country's most popular meeting point for parents', according to the Times, and it is widely regarded as the UK's leading online parenting community. It has 100,000 registered uses, and 250,000 monthly users, and its members are loyal, active and passionate about the site.

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Co-founder Justine Roberts, above, did not take a dividend. Mumsnet was founded by Roberts, 51, and Carrie Longton from a spare bedroom in 2000. Store closures hit Westwood Fashion label Vivienne Westwood plunged to a loss last year as the closure of two stores hit sales. The brand made pre-tax losses of £. m compared with a £. m profit in 2017, as sales fell 5% to £3. m.

Mumsnet was set up in January 2000 by Justine Roberts, a sports journalist, and Carrie Longton, a TV producer. Mumsnet Talk, our discussion boards, attract around 20,000 posts every day. The first of their mumsnet guides to be published was Toddlers- The Mumsnet Guide. We met in antenatal classes and soon discovered that we knew nothing. The best source of information on everything from sleep problems to choosing first shoes was the other mums from our antenatal group.

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For many mums, Justine Roberts and Carrie Longton are the saviours of their sanity

For many mums, Justine Roberts and Carrie Longton are the saviours of their sanity. When the pair launched Mumsnet in 2000, they saved many a mum from the isolation of motherhood, by creating a site that combined unique parenting information with a supportive social network and online community. From the outset, Mumsnet was unlike any other parenting site: it featured real-life parent to parent advice, instead of blanket advice written by ‘experts'. Mumsnet launched just before the dotcom bubble burst, which caused thousands of fledgling sites to go under.

Mumsnet Guide to Babies (Mumsnet Guides). by Justine Roberts, Carrie Longton. ISBN 9780304364114 (978-0-304-36411-4) Hardcover, Cassell Illustrated, 2003.

Mumsnet, Carrie Longton, Justine Roberts. Babies: The Mumsnet Guide is an introduction to the strange world of the postnatal, a world of strong emotions and revolting excretions, the sublime and the ridiculous. It is the gathered up, boiled-down wisdom of thousands of mums and the occasional dad who have posted on Mumsnet. com since its launch in June 2000 about everything to do with life after baby

With Carrie Longton, a friend from antenatal class, she set up Mumsnet, where parents and parents-to-be could .

With Carrie Longton, a friend from antenatal class, she set up Mumsnet, where parents and parents-to-be could pool their wisdom, and find friendship and support. Mumsnet is the UK's biggest online network for parents, a one-stop shop for everything you need to know for pregnancy and beyond.

Once back in the UK, Roberts persuaded friends Carrie Longton and Steven Cassidy to help her build the site that is now regarded as one of the most influential women's sites in the UK. In November 2009, the Prime Minister Gordon Brown, opposition leader David Cameron and many leading ministers took part in live webchats with Mumsnet users.

There are a lot of guides on the market, but all are the thoughts and opinions of a single, usually "expert" person. But how do you choose between the often contradictory advice of the many experts in the field? This guide presents the collected wisdom of real parents who have been through it all and survived to pass on their experience to others. Each chapter contains a distillation of the best postings submitted to the "Mumsnet" website, punctuated by fact boxes, tips and summaries of what experts have to say.
Mumsnet Guide to Babies (Mumsnet Guides) ebook
Author:
Justine Roberts,Carrie Longton
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