The gallery is light, clean – at least for now – and well designed, with lots of clever touches to keep small people interested.
Everything here was child-friendly provided Bab didn’t spend so long playing with it that she found ways for it to not be.
Maybe not a completely irrational idea but I did feel like a massive, irresponsible dickhead standing in the queue for the lift for over an hour.
With any luck the park’s restful ambience might rub off on your mini mob, if only for half an hour or so.
An ideal day out for tot-toting Londoners who can’t face the hordes, cost or vastness of the tourist trap that is London Zoo.
The garden is a haven for anyone in need of a place to chill, kids or no kids, and a refreshingly leafy retreat from the urban jungle.
The main space resembled an NCT outing to the Bugaboo factory, with piled-up pushchairs, harassed mums and squawking toddlers.
Everything about Toconoco is low-key, from its location in laid-back De Beauvoir to its cool, typically Japanese decor.
This is a particularly pretty corner of London, home to tranquil woodland, lush lawns, well-kept gardens and peaceful ponds.
The hand-operated water pumps have an annoying habit of being commandeered by older, often extremely territorial toddlers.