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6 SUPER KIDS BUYS FOR SOUTH LONDONERS

1 The Bobby baby bag
Storsak’s latest collection of practical baby bags for mum’s with style is its sleekest yet. The Bobby bag – pictured above, available in a new palette of charcoal, magenta or cappuccino – is super lightweight and spacious, finished in quilted nylon with cool silver hardware. Concealed within is a matching, insulated storage bag for bottles, food, wipes and other wet items, a changing mat and plenty of pockets and places to stop things like dummies getting lost. It also has a Velcro handle to attach it to a pushchair and comes with an adjustable cross-body strap. £98.
Storsak is stocked at Baby List, 2 Chelsea Wharf, 15 Lots Road SW10 0QJ or online at storksak.com

2 Little piggy string lights
This little piggy went to market, and this little piggy kept the dark at bay… OK, that’s not how the nursery rhyme goes, but this string of 10 piggy lights is a must for the kids room. Also available in strings of little chicks, sheep and more. £19.95.
Available from Wish, 238 Railton Road, Brixton SE24 0JT and online at dotcomgiftshop.com

Little piggy lights

Little piggy lights

3 Darci Donkey slippers
Keep toes cosy this winter in these nifty Darci Donkey slippers by Sew Heart Felt, created by shaping organic wool with soap, water and hand-pressure. They even have soft-suede anti-slip soles and come presented in a cotton draw-string pouch. £25.
Available at Gently Elephant, 169 Brockley Road SE4 2RS and online at sewheartfelt.co.uk

Darci Donkey Slippers by Sew Heart Felt

Darci Donkey Slippers by Sew Heart Felt

4 Frank Einstein and the Antimatter Motor
Popular children’s author Jon Scieszka launched his new book, Frank Einstein and the Antimatter Motor (£8.99 hardback), at Ottie & the Bea in Blackheath in October. The book, aimed at ages 10+, combines adventure, humour and real science. Frank and Watson, two young scientists, enter a science competition. Watson has made peanut butter chewing gum, while Frank comes up with a plan to make an anti-matter motor to power machines and save the environment, but an evil enemy will do anything to steal their ideas and win the competition…
Ottie & the Bea, 12 Old Dover Road, Blackheath SE3 7BT; 020 8465 5318; ottieandthebea.com

Frank Einstein and the Antimatter Motor by Jon Scieszka

Frank Einstein and the Antimatter Motor by Jon Scieszka

5 Crochet toy basket
Keep the kids rooms tidy in style with these beautiful crochet toy baskets by Tams’ Crochet. Run by Dulwich resident Tamara Tempera, Tam’s Crochet creates a variety of modern crochet baskets (toy basket above £30), cosy hats, tidies for your craft kits and quirky home accessories, all handmade with recycled materials. Tamara also creates bespoke items and runs workshops. Prices from £15.
Find Tam’s Crochet on Facebook or follow @tamscrochet on Twitter

Crochet toy basket by Tams' Crochet

Crochet toy basket by Tams’ Crochet

6 Interactive exhibition
Tickets have just gone on sale for Against Captain’s Orders: A Journey into the Uncharted, an exciting first for the museum industry. A collaboration between the National Maritime Museum and Punchdrunk Enrichment, the exhibition for 6-12 year olds and their families invites audiences to cast off into an exciting world of adventure through the museum’s collection of maritime artefacts. You’ll become members of a real life crew and be called upon to work together to navigate your way through this landmark exhibition. Running 28 March until August 2015. Tickets £19.75.
For further details and to book see rmg.co.uk

Against Captain’s Orders is an exciting first for the museum industry

Against Captain’s Orders is an exciting first for the museum industry

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