12 Days of Christmas competition: Today's fabulous final prize is a Ford Fiesta 1.25 Zetec, courtesy of car wash company IMO. Yes, a whole family car - for free! And even better, there's another chance to enter this competition tomorrow over on our Facebook page. Vroom, vroom...
Guest blog: This weekend, singer Susan Boyle revealed she'd recently been diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome. Amanda Harrington, who also has Asperger's, explains why being an adult living with the syndrome can feel, at times, "like being a ping-pong ball in a tennis court".
Site of the week: From bohemian Brixton Village to the dazzle of the London Eye, Lambeth is bursting at the seams with culture and energy, making it a worthy destination. Local editor Sarah tells us more.
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 ...
Mugs, T-shirts, tea towels, aprons and stickers: If you've hankered for years after an AIBU T-shirt, or long wished to show the world you're a Mumsnetter with a 'PFB on board' car sticker - now's your chance. Get shopping!
Webchat: Chef James Martin joined us for the finale of our foodie webchats and gave us tips on producing the perfect Christmas dinner - while admitting that chefs live on nothing but "chippys, pizzas and burgers".
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.
This week, we're backing Opportunity International, which is committed to supporting people in poverty around the globe. The government is currently matching all donations to the charity, so give now, and help provide hope for those who need it this Christmas.
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.