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‘Here comes the big aeroplane’ parents given all-clear to resume feeding

still concerns that Mr Choo-Choo could be affected by leavesYoung mothers across Southern England breathed a collective sigh of relief after Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt announced that so-called ‘Here comes the big aeroplane’ spoon-feeding techniques could safely resume. This followed the shutting down of the regional air traffic control system in Hampshire, which caused feeding-time havoc in high-chairs from Penzance to Potters Bar.

Whilst it is understood that pockets of middle-class ‘work from home’ mums in and around Twickenham and Richmond set up visual monitoring systems from their extended lofts in order to continue feeding, the vast majority suspended all feeding when Mumsnet failed to provide explicit advice on what to do next.

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Posted: Dec 14th, 2014
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Mumsnet brought to its knees by DILDO storm

The website Mumsnet was on its knees yesterday after a mum used its message boards to debut her “male equivalent of a MILF”.

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Posted: Nov 20th, 2011
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Unemployment figures slashed as government deems motherhood a full-time job

mothers advised to 'get off your bike and go and find a sofa'In the latest bid to tackle soaring unemployment figures, the government has today announced the reclassification of motherhood as full-time employment.

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Posted: Oct 13th, 2011
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God to appear on Mumsnet webchat to defend King Solomon baby-slicing storyline

the almighty proved to be no match for the mumsnet crowdMumsnet has written to God complaining that its members had been ‘outraged and distressed’ by an Old Testament storyline in which a mother accidentally smothers her baby in bed, steals a friend’s baby, and then shouts to King Solomon that ‘It shall be neither mine nor hers — divide it with your sword!’’

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Posted: Jan 19th, 2011
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Mumsnet survey reveals undue parental anxiety mainly due to Mumsnet

Popular online support network Mumsnet has revealed that most parents feel unduly pressured to comply with the ‘model of perfect parenting’ as a result of reading Mumsnet.

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Posted: Jan 18th, 2011
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