You’re basically guaranteed* an early bedtime after today’s very physical Dadlands Day Trip (*but don’t blame us when that inevitably doesn’t happen).
I’m sick to death of mini golf. We exhausted it over lockdown when golf courses were the only remotely interesting thing that was still open.
The capital’s most innovative, aesthetically pleasing, exciting and often downright weird children’s playgrounds.
This month: light labyrinths, queer spaces, artificial intelligence, edible art, LEGO art, angsty art and a giant moon sculpture.
This month, lose yourself in mirror worlds, explore a new kind of soft play, partake in some anger management and meet the Moomins.
Bab Dad took everything extremely seriously and began painstakingly icing anatomically correct innards onto a gingerbread man.
25 ways to entertain culture-hungry little Londoners without spending a penny, by Kerri Burton
From child-led playgroups to parent-focused gigs; lively mummy-and-me yoga classes to calm, childcare-inclusive mothers’ retreats – we give you the definitive, tried-and-tested top 100 activities for little Londoners and their adults.
Katie Parsons is Content Director at BMB advertising agency and mum to daughter Robyn, 18 months. She grew up between Tooting and Balham, moving back just before Robyn was born, and is enjoying rediscovering the area through new- (albeit tired) mum eyes.
Every parent knows that social etiquette goes out the window post-baby and it’s nice to be given some kind of reassurance that that’s ok.