In The Know: Cool Things For Parents 09.08.2017 |

In The Know: Cool Things For Parents

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From designer kidswear to cooking up mud cakes, each month we round-up some of the coolest finds for parents, guaranteed to keep the kids entertained and you the right side of sane. Here’s what should be on your radar this month…

Tilly's Kitchen Takeover

Gordon Ramsay’s celebrated restaurant collection is launching an extra special 'Tilly's Treats' menu for kids, inspired by his daughter Tilly Ramsay's first ever cookbook Tilly's Kitchen Takeover.  Kids will eat for free with every adult main course at Bread Street Kitchen, Heddon Street Kitchen, London House, Maze Grill Mayfair, Maze Grill Park Walk, Maze Grill Royal Hospital Road, The Narrow, Union Street Café, York & Albany and Plane Food, where they can tuck into the likes of Tilly’s signature slam dunk meatballs with pasta, and chicken with rosemary roast potatoes. 

Pick Your Own Pizza masterclasses will also run at the newly-launched Allotment at Bread Street Kitchen, where little ones will get to make their own pizzas using fresh British produce and ingredients sourced straight from the urban garden, whilst mum and dad sit back and relax. 



Alexandros Kids

From frills and flowers to shorts-and-shirt combos, Alexandros Kids is our go-to destination for adorable kids clothing. 



Litte Aurelia Skincare

Made in England using the purest, BioOrganic, ethically sourced, cruelty-free ingredients, Aurelia’s range organic skincare range is the ultimate pamper treat for tired new mums. They’ve also just launched their first range of gentle skincare for babies and children, featuring everything from sleep time pillow mist and soothing massage oil to calming rescue cream, all of which are kind and delicate on the skin.




Colour-In Caravan From Nogg

Whether you’re hosting a children’s party, or you want to give your little ones a real treat, this colour-in caravan has all the makings for a creative, fun-filled afternoon that’s guaranteed to keep the kids entertained for hours.

Colour-in caravan, £300-£400



Good Night Stories For Rebel Girls

From Serena Williams to Virginia Woolf, Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls is packed with 100 bedtime stories about the life of 100 iconic women from the past and present, illustrated by famous artists all over the world, to inspire little girls to be confident and dream big.



Just Polly London

This capsule collection of simple, stylish maternity staples will guarantee effortless style throughout your entire pregnancy.



Lexipexy Teethers

For eco-friendly mums, Lexipexy’s genius organic wooden teethers are not only great for the environment, but they’ll gently soothe any nasty teething pains, to keep baby – and you – in a cry-free zone. 



Littlest Luxuries

Launched by Lucy Walford – who previously worked for House & Garden – Little Luxuries is the online destination for second-hand – but nearly new – designer childrenswear. Find gorgeous designer gems from the likes of Bonpoint, Caramel Baby & Child, Marie-Chantal, Stella McCartney, and many more. Plus, if you have any fancy garms you want to sell, then you can fill in the online Seller’s Form to submit your offerings.



My Mud Kitchen

Make the most of summer’s balmy weather – invest in My Wooden Kitchen’s outdoor play kitchen, which encourages little hands to get mucky in the mud, with all kinds of soil-based culinary delights. Mud cakes are irresistibly delicious, after all.
From £135



Plane Pal

The ultimate travel companion – Plane Pal’s genius inflatable cushion is designed to fill the space between your child’s seat and the seat in front, to keep kids safely tucked in, without the worry of any accidental falls.



Myrtle and Maude

Plagued with dreaded morning sickness? Myrtle & Maud’s selection of organic teas, soothing acupressure wristbands and peppermint bonbons will settle a queasy stomach in a flash.

Mum-To-Be Pregnancy Pack, £24



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