This month, soak up some culture with tot-friendly LDF pop-ups, vintage toy and video-game exhibitions, and storytelling in the clouds.
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.
Jo Arteaga lives in Highbury & Islington and been an Islingtonian for over six years. She is a Senior Advertising Creative and has a 16-month-old daughter called Miranda.
The shop floor might not scream “bring forth the urchin”, but the beautiful kids’ products make it a tempting prospect for parents.
I’ve learnt the hard, breaking-my-neck-tripping-over-the-crap way that less is more where kids’ stuff is concerned.
I’ll spare you the suspense: A Fine Mess is really very messy. There is paint, and flour, and brown Play-Doh that looks like turds.
I was pretty excited to discover that this was in fact an actual yoga class, complete with poses, breath focus and namastes.
Katrine lives in Crouch End with her partner Louis and their 10-year-old daughter Emmie and naughty boy cat Mimi. Eilidh lives in Camden with her husband Martin and their 10-year-old daughter Freya.
I was picturing a room full of sponges with a couple of people in costumes bouncing around helping the babies climb into buckets.