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Mumsnet was launched in 2000 by Carrie Longton, a TV producer, and Justine Roberts, a sports journalist and wife of The Guardian's deputy editor, Ian Katz.
The two women met in an antental class and realised the best source of information was other parents.
It turns parenthood into a competitive sport in which nothing you do is ever good enough.( Anything chocolatey apparently.) So as the party leaders lick their wounds, I have some words of consolation for them: not all of us who have children and hold the vote are enamoured by this cliquey, elitist website.With a four-year-old son and two-year-old twins (a boy and a girl), I should have been one of their target audience.As I waded through reams of advice from other mothers on everything from which pram to buy to the neverending breast/bottle debate, I could not help wondering where they got the time to share such banality.Time is a scarce commodity when you have young children, and on my rare off-duty moments the last thing I want to do is talk about weaning recipes with people I've never met, whose children I am uninterested in.