As parents of preschoolers we’re the ones who are going to be reading the books, so we might as well pick ones we’re all going to appreciate.
It’s easy to fret that your tiny terrors are disturbing the peace as they dash from room to room, their shrieks bouncing off the walls.
The exhibition is much more ‘adult’ in terms of content – and by that I don’t mean it’s full of pictures of willies.
Stay on the sunny side up this Easter with toddler-friendly art installations, interactive baby theatre and egg-citing family festivals.
While the Miffy Museum will likely dominate your day-trip to Utrecht, this underrated city is packed with toddler-friendly delights.
Ordering books off Amazon might save you a few pennies but choosing a great new read from a beautiful bookshop is one of childhood’s greatest pleasures.
Hannah Mearns is a hypnobirthing teacher and is studying to be a nutritional therapist. She has lived in Forest Hill on and off for 25 years and is mum to Zoe, 18 months.
This month, lose yourself in immersive theatre, get creative with gallery workshops, and check out new tot-friendly exhibitions.
Very few things have the ability to get us out the house at 8am on a Sunday, but this definitely just made the list.
This is as family-friendly as exhibits come with its interactive design and costumes you can’t resist dressing your little Christopher Robin up in.