Don’t ask why it’s named after the revolting milk pudding you get with school dinners.
This month, soak up some culture with tot-friendly LDF pop-ups, vintage toy and video-game exhibitions, and storytelling in the clouds.
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.
Now we’ve sampled the Dorchester of playgroups a morning at Tumble Tots doesn’t have quite the same allure.
My excitement about trying out a new, gallery-based activity was pretty evenly matched by a fairly strong sense of foreboding.
Your motley crew might be bored shitless by the museum itself but these immersive playgrounds are almost guaranteed to hold their attention.
Bab became totally overwhelmed by the audiovisual overflow and proceeded to have a full-on head-banging, floor-licking tantrum.
What?: The stylish Chelsea stalwart has a predictably tasteful kids’ department, stocking a well-chosen mix of design classics […]
Hibou, in case you were wondering, is French for owl, while cuckoo is English for erm… cuckoo.
Kids can explore the soldiers’ cookhouse and a quartermaster’s store before clambering into a full-sized Jeep