We’ll always be fans of a multi-activity centre that holds loads of options for a whole family day out. Come rain or shine, a family farm (like our other favourites Godstone and Bocketts) offers great entertainment for babies, toddlers and school kids.
We visited the Wetlands centre on potentially the coldest day of the year. And did a boat trip. Why not?! Kids don’t care about the weather, and they loved this chance to explore a ever-so-slightly-magical land.
Annie Ridout transformed her copywriting career and started her own site, The Early Hour, after having her first baby (Joni). She tells us how it all began at 5am...
Escape the heat of the city in this glorious oasis of colour and nature, tucked away behind busy Penge high street.
What happens when you put 100+ babies in a cinema and try to watch a film? Unbelievably, it works! Treat yourself to a normally non-baby-friendly activity with the Big Scream at Picture House cinemas.
Most South Londoners have heard of the local Horniman Museum, famous for the huge stuffed walrus! However, if your children don't have the attention span for a museum, or are too noisy to hang out with the visiting history buffs, the Horniman gardens are a fantastic compromise.
Lauren Taylor, mum to Seren, 3, and Lois, 2, founded Kokoso in 2014 after discovering how amazing raw virgin coconut oil was on her newborn daughter's skin. She now stocks Kokoso in Boots, online at Kokoso.co.uk and is all set to distribute across Europe.