• London in autumn for children

    November 3, 2013

    I have a love / hate relationship with autumn. One one hand it’s nearly Christmas, and it’s the season for Uggs and red wine. On the other hand, it’s cold and there are far too many opportunities for getting my hair wet. This year though, I’m actually quite happy about it. Although it’s Eliza’s second autumn, as…

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  • Art galleries and toddlers: a cautionary tale

    August 27, 2013

    This post was originally going to be titled ‘Meschac Gaba at the Tate Modern, and a walk along the Southbank.’ However, slight change of plans. Monday was a Bank Holiday, and Alex and I decided to head over to the Southbank and the Tate Modern. We’ve been there quite a few times with Eliza –…

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  • London for toddlers: Crystal Palace Park Farm

    August 24, 2013

    Have you been to Crystal Palace Park Farm? Here’s why it’s great for toddlers and young children Pre-baby, it’s fair to say that most things we did involved the pub in some way, or some kind of diversion en route to getting a drink. Now, of course, it’s all about finding entertaining distractions for the…

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  • London for babies: The Horniman Museum, Forest Hill

    April 7, 2013

    Have you been to the Horniman Museum in London? Located in Forest Hill, it’s a brilliant museum with an aquarium, butterfly house, huge gardens with musical instruments and lots more (including a great cafe and oh, did I mention the giant stuffed walrus?) The Horniman Museum If you’re looking for a brilliant museum for toddlers…

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