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Summer e-book reads E-readers spell the end of not being able to go on holiday with brilliant newly released novels like these - hurrah! And if you prefer a physical book, check out our top paperbacks http://tiny.mn/1Cmiv8v
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Victoria Smith reflects on how her perspective on parenting has changed since she had her first child.
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The realities of life with a newborn took MN blogger Like Real Life by surprise - here, she shares what she wishes she'd known.
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There's no better way to cool off in summer than with a chilled glass of good old-fashioned lemonade. This easy homemade lemonade recipe only needs three ingredients - half a dozen lemons, some sugar and water. It's simple, refreshing and sweet enough that the kids will love it too.
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Vicky Charles argues that open discussion is the only way to end the stigma surrounding mental health. #mentalhealth  
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Would you take a six year old to see Jurassic World? Watch the trailer and join the discussion on Mumsnet Films #jurassicworld  
Jurassic World. 06/12/2015. Director Colin Trevorrow. Age rating 12A. Running time 124 mins. 22 years after the events of Jurassic Park (1993), Isla Nublar now features a fully functioning dinosaur theme p... Read more. Share. Loading ... Share ...
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Yes I've watched this film and with parental family guidance yes I have a 6year old grandson Madley into dinosaurs if he wanted to watch this I would let him I'm here if he has any questions 
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Summer paperback reads If you've not got an e-reader, you'll want some lightweight paperbacks to take with you on holiday - here's our pick of those light enough to stuff in with your sandals http://tiny.mn/1HJxECV
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Don’t even think about going to Peppa Pig World without reading this. Tips, tricks and vital info. http://tiny.mn/1J0mp3r #peppapig  
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Pregnant and melting? Beat the heat with MNers' been there done that tips!
Beat the heat with MNers been there done that tips beyond keeping hydrated, staying in the shade and wearing a hat.
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Or, perhaps try getting the paddling pool out and sitting in that? It worked for me! LOL!
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"If I would only remove my glasses, I'd be utterly gorgeous."
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But you are gorgeous!  Why can't you see that? (sorry xx no pun intended xx) Apart from that, you look intelligent too x go with it
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Forget burnt bangers and dried out burgers - when Lidl asked Mumsnetters for their best barbecue tips they came up trumps. THIS is how to throw a BBQ people will remember. #lidlsurprises
Surprising BBQ recipes that really work
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How about bananas?  No mention of those! Full of potassium (good for the heart). .Keeping the skin on, throughout, slit the banana from end to end , and then slice  it,  and drizzle some alcoholic beverage of your choice, into the slit, then wrap in tinfoil and whack it onto the barbecue for a minute or two, long enough to warm through,. Then, unwrap and squirt some squirty cream on there and serve, as they are, with the skin still on. A banana split with a twist.  Most yummy. Only if you like bananas, obviously!  And also only for grown ups! When the kids are in bed, the grown ups come out to play don't we?
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