Days out reviews: Yes, folks, it's finally happened. After the wettest winter on record, the sun finally has made an appearance and the forecast is set fair for the next few days. By now you've probably forgotten what it is that people do when the sun shines, but don't worry: we're here to help.
Webchat: We're very excited to be welcoming London 2012 sensation Jessica Ennis to Mumsnet Towers on Thursday 13 March between 11 am to midday. Come and join us or post a question to Jessica in advance.
Video: Food blogger and activist Jack Monroe came into MNHQ to talk about her new recipe book - and gave us a quick run-down of ingredient swaps that will save you pennies without losing flavour while she was here.
Our March non-fiction bookclub choice is the freshest, funniest debut we've read in years. Love, Nina: Despatches from Family Life is a collection of letters from North London nanny Nina Stibbe. Enter our comp and 'fess up to your parenting fails to win a year's supply of Penguin books.
"Tell me about your favourite unknown women," asked a poster on a recent thread. In honour of International Women's Day, here are just a few of the remarkable women whose names came up, from Emily Wilding Davison to secret agent Nancy Wake.
Guest post: March is Ovarian Cancer Awareness month. Dr. Sarah Jarvis, writing for Ovarian Cancer Action, explains what symptoms women should be looking out for and why family history is so significant, and urges women not to shy away from cancer 'gene' screening.
We're giving away 50 copies of Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life, written by best-selling thriller writer James Patterson as part of his popular children's series. Funny and heart-warming, Rafe has an ace plan for the best year ever, if he can pull it off...
This month's bookclub choice is Jim Crace's HARVEST. Shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize 2013, it's about a way of life that has been lost forever - and Crace has announced that it will be his final novel. Jim will be joining us for a webchat on 1 April.
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.
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