The gallery is light, clean – at least for now – and well designed, with lots of clever touches to keep small people interested.
With any luck the park’s restful ambience might rub off on your mini mob, if only for half an hour or so.
The main space resembled an NCT outing to the Bugaboo factory, with piled-up pushchairs, harassed mums and squawking toddlers.
The atmosphere is as chilled as you’d expect of a wine shop that’s happy to accommodate 12 tiny destroyers and their wine-sozzled mothers.
I decided we’d go freestyle for the day, abandoning the buggy and letting the erratic slitherer do her worst. What could possibly go wrong?
The cute cafe is the perfect place to relax with a coffee while you listen to French cafe music and people-watch out the window.
The shop is adorable and the selection is perfect. The sale is also absolutely brilliant with loads of massive reductions.
Everything is so stylish it’s borderline ridiculous, plus I love kids’ shops with play areas, even if they’re too nice to use
What?: Seven-acre inner-city playground occupying the site of the former London Foundling Hospital. If you’ve ever been to the Foundling Museum you’ll already know the story of Captain Thomas Coram, the philanthropist who founded the hospital in 1739 to house and care for the countless abandoned children living on the capital’s streets
What?: London-based chain of boutique charity shops all beautifully designed and curated to create a thrift-store experience like no other. Expect top-notch, barely used baby equipment, lightly loved picture books, high-end toys and rails chock-full of quality designer and high-street clothing