The entrance to Grow Wild is through this really cute little door that looks like a treehouse, which just instantly sparks joy.
You don’t actually have to trek to E17 to discover Word’s wares, but the bricks-and-mortar store is so pretty you might want to.
I can probably think of 100 museums I’d rather go to and the majority of them would be considerably cheaper than this one.
Lovely if you fancy taking your little one somewhere a bit nicer than all the usual slightly skeggy kids’ haunts.
Our waitress was adorable and even offered to cut up Babu’s croissant when I was busy feeding the baby.
90 minutes can be a long time when your little one is posing as the owner of Sailor’s Diner but refusing business to everyone who dares to attempt entry.
Infinitely more civilised than letting your toddlers squabble over bricks at your nearest LEGO store.
A life-size Tiger perched smugly at the table, ready to be photographed by each and every parent in attendance
Worth every penny and every second spent dragging my 35-month-old child and my 39-week-pregnant bottom to Peckham for.
This free-flow workshops was perfect with its floor-based activities, including boxes to rummage in, costumes to try on and materials to create with.