A stylish, Scandinavian dream of a play cafe. The play cafe I’ve waited six long years of childrearing for.
I just loved the idea of seeing all of those beautiful prints together, in the same way you’d look forward to an art exhibition.
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.
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.
Soak up some Dutch culture in one of the city’s family-friendly museums, refuel with coffee and a kaastosti at one of its chic play cafes and fill your suitcase with locally made treasures from one of its many stylish kids’ boutiques.
The toy selection is small and so covetable the idea of collecting the whole lot doesn’t feel entirely unreasonable.
The cosy space comprises well-known Scandi stories across the full range of Nordic languages and a variety of traditional toys.
Scandi Mini nails that Insta-worthy Nordic aesthetic that most of us can only dream of for our kids’ rooms and wardrobes.
Molly Price has an amazing eye for fresh, modern, well-designed products that kids and grownups will lose their shit over.