PAW Patrol at ZSL London ZOO

PAW Patrol at ZSL London Zoo

Special weekend to see PAW Patrol’s Chase, Marshall and Sky. It’s the perfect chance for little ones to see the heroic pups, who will be making personal appearances at intervals on each day, as well as learn all about our amazing animals. T&Cs: Meet and greets are limited on a first come, first served basis following paid…

Halloween Trick or Treat

Halloween Preparations

Halloween is on the doorstep. What’s Halloween without some adorable costumes? If you’re a parent, chances are your kids are planning their costumes and looking forward to trick-or-treating. If you live in a neighborhood populated by dozens of kids, chances are you’ve already bought five pounds of candy for the kids who will come to…

SEA Life London

Our SEA LIFE Journey

SEA LIFE London will take you on a fascinating journey from the coastline to the depths of the ocean. Including Penguin Point, a state-of-the-art learning and viewing experience with a colony of Gentoo penguins. Plus new for 2017, enter the world of jellyfish as you explore Ocean Invaders, an interactive experience across three unique zones.…

Unicorn cake

Celebrating Your Baby’s First Birthday

Babies are a handful, but planning a party perfect for them doesn’t have to be. We’re here to help with first birthday party ideas! A little extra planning before the party will make this a sweet occasion filled with cute birthday decorations and activities. Steal our tips and tricks to make baby’s first birthday party…

Tooth Decay – What is it & how can you avoid it?

Many children around the age of six and under experience tooth decay. Bacteria in the mouth feed on sugars from foods and drinks; this bacterium (mutans streptococci) thus produces an acid that damages the enamel (the outer surface of the tooth). Babies are at high risk because their enamel is very soft. It is vital…

Chickenpox: Identifying it & Beating it!

Chickenpox is a contagious viral infection caused by the varicella-zoster virus (VZV). This infection commonly affects toddlers, and occurrences usually happen around the winter seasons and sometimes early in spring. Symptoms As chickenpox is a virus, your baby will present himself with symptoms typical to a viral infection. These symptoms may include: Headaches & Lethargy…

Baby Shower Decoration Ideas

Baby is the most magnificent gift from God that anyone can get. We all love them very much , so in their honor most mothers make baby shower parties to wish them welcome in their common home. If you are one of them , here are some creative ideas that can be useful , so that…

Nannies

What is a nanny? A nanny will provide care for your child in your own home. This means your child’s routine won’t be disrupted, and she’ll have plenty of one-to-one attention. It’s also convenient, as you will be able to set off for work without having to rush your child out of the house. Nannies…

Childminders

What is a childminder? A childminder will care for your child in their home. Many childminders are parents themselves and may also have their own children to care for. Childminders can care for up to six children younger than eight, although no more than three of them should be younger than five. This means a…

Guide to childcare choices

If you’re planning to return to work after your maternity leave, you will need to organise childcare. We’ve compiled a list of your childcare options to help your start your childcare search. What is a day nursery? Day nurseries are childcare centres that care for babies from birth to four or five years old. All…

Breastfeeding and the working mom

Can I continue to breastfeed once I return to work? Yes, you can. If you live near work or have on-site or nearby daycare, you may be able to take nursing breaks to feed your baby. If that’s not possible, you have two choices: Option 1: You can keep up your milk supply by using…

Breastfeeding: Getting started

How to start breastfeeding The first time you hold your newborn in the delivery room is a great time to start breastfeeding. At the beginning, your body will produce small amounts of a special milk called colostrum that will help protect your baby from infection. (Your baby’s tummy is very tiny, so she only needs…