Still casting about forfailsafe, non-tat presents? Relax: your worries are over. We've scoured the boards to find your pick of the gifts for 2013, for men, women and children. Take a look at what's on offer - and if you're still not sold, browse our reviews, the Mumsnet Swears By archive - and the gargantuan Christmas bargains thread.
Love making up stories for your children? Don't forget to enter this year's Mumsnet/Walker Books competition to see your story published in a beautifully illustrated book. This year, the theme is animals. Sharpen those pencils ...
Guest blog, Georgina Rippon: New research suggests that men's and women's brains are wired differently. But scientists are as likely as anyone to be influenced by gender stereotypes - and we should be wary of over-interpreting their findings.
Over the years, you've posted nigh-on 3000 recipes on here. In honour of your hard work, we've revamped our food area; take a look, tell us what you think - and enter our comp to win a year's supply of fruit and veg.
Webchat, Randi Zuckerberg: Find out what the author of Dot Complicated and former Facebook marketing director had to say about the digital footprint we create for our kids, and where she thinks the internet will go next.
Site of the week: A pedestrianised city centre, bags of culture and access to the Yorkshire countryside, Leeds is a great place for young families. Local editor Kirsty gives us a guided tour of the best bits.
Thinking about having children? Guess what: you've come to the right place. Chart your fertile dates with our ovulation calendar, try the tips on our advice pages, and talk to others in the same boat on our conception boards.
Freezing, isn't it? If your house is chilly, fear not: there's plenty you can do to keep the heat in (beyond wearing 16 jumpers). Mumsnetters share their ingenious (and thrifty) tips for keeping your home cosy over winter.
Baby name finder: Interest in baby names is at an all-time high in the wake of the royal arrival. Discover what 'your' name means, how common it is and what Mumsnetters predict for your child's future.
Wondering whether to test? Take a look at the most common signs and symptoms of pregnancy -from sore breasts to weeping over TV adverts - and if you're still not sure, mull it over on our Pregnancy Talk board.