Situated in St John’s Wood, Sharkey’s is attracting visitors from across London, but it’s no surprise to Baby London as we’ve fallen head over heels in love with their unique salon.
ntering Sharkey’s doors you’ll be greeted by plenty of smiling faces and an abundance of happy children all enjoying the unique experience that is just for kids. The salon combines high-quality haircuts, the latest styles, great fun, and kids-focused entertainment. Their efforts have been recognised by a wealth of London parents and Nickelodeon Magazine has voted Sharkey’s the world’s number 1 kids’ salon for five consecutive years. But that’s…
Teaming up with online fashion boutique LatteMama and DJ Lisa Loud, the London Mothers Club event A Family Affair will bring families an afternoon of fashion, shopping, scrumptious street food and loads of entertainment for the little ones.
f you’ve been to a London Mothers Club event, you will know that there’s always a common theme and that is... fun. This time they are teaming up with LatteMama (www.lattamama.co.uk) and the fabulous DJ Lisa Loud to bring you an afternoon of family fun on Sunday 6 April, 12-5pm at The Broadway Bar & Grill in Fulham. Visitors can expect:
Recently released a new online photography course 'iKids Photo Course' has been especially designed for parents who enjoy taking pictures of their children and want to improve their photography skill to get better looking photographs.
he unique online course, 'iKids Photo Course', was developed by professional photographers who also happen to be busy parents; so they had other busy parents in mind. The course teaches how to be able to take professional photos for pleasure or with the intention to build a lucrative business. It’s been designed so that mum and dad can learn how easy it is to take…
A new survey has revealed that most parents prefer their children to watch television programmes which make them laugh, over more educational shows.
he survey of 1000 parents of pre-school aged children aged under five, was carried out by Zodiak Rights, which produces a wide range of leading children’s television programmes such as Mister Maker, Tickety Toc and Waybuloo.
The results of the survey revealed that sixty seven per cent of mums and dads would choose television programmes to entertain their children, rather than those which might be more focused on helping their child’s learning and development.
Furthermore, sixty eight…
See, hear and speak to your baby anywhere, anytime from a Smartphone, Tablet, or PC with the launch of D-Link's EyeOn Baby Camera.
-Link has announced the launch of the EyeOn Baby Camera (DCS-825L) a comprehensively featured, high-definition baby monitor. Incorporating a full complement of functions, such as wireless connectivity, temperature and sound sensors, night vision and remote access, it is designed specifically to provide peace-of-mind for parents keeping an eye on their precious new addition to the family.
"Keeping a close eye on a newborn in the first months of its life, as well being able to capture every…
Opening of the Disney Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique at Harrods.
he Disney Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique at Harrods opened today (25 November) – the ultimate immersive storytelling experience for young kids – officially opening its castle doors at the world famous department store, marking the first time ever that a Disney Parks and Resorts experience has been recreated in the UK. This unique experience, which invites children to step into the world of their fairy tale heroes and heroines for a magical transformation and a master-class in the qualities it takes to be a Princess or a Knight, officially opens to the…
s mums, we all face dilemmas... whether it’s sleeping issues, temper tantrums or just everyday problems with our little ones. In a new series we’re working with ten mums who designed a solution for their problems and calling for mums to share their own ResQ moments with us.
I don’t think you realise how much sleep a baby needs until yours is tired and grumpy! I thought my daughter would just nod off when she was tired. How wrong was I? I invented SnoozeShade so parents can get out and about without worrying about an overtired baby and…
Health Professionals meet people from all walks of life in a variety of personal circumstances and they all have questions about themselves and their baby. My job is to build their trust so they feel able to ask me any question they may have. Here are questions I am regularly asked.
How accurate is the due date I have been given?
The due date is worked out by calculating 40 weeks from the first day of your last period. A dating scan performed before 13 weeks is considered accurate so is used to confirm or move the due…
The following are some questions that are often asked of Educational Psychologists. Although each individual child is unique, with unique circumstances, there are some general responses that can be given to each scenario. Here are some common situations:
I think my toddler might have special needs, what shall I do next?
Firstly, try not to panic! Initially, a discussion with your health visitor or GP can guide you towards the next steps. If your child is at pre-school, a chat with the pre-school’s designated SENCO (special educational needs co-ordinator) may lead to some assessments or an appointment for…
While working with expectant couples I ask them to write down what their concerns or pressing questions are. As you can imagine there are quite a few different questions that I get asked but these are the top three questions that I get asked time and time again.
How do I cope with morning sickness?
About two thirds of us are affected by morning sickness in our pregnancies, with the severity ranging from mild dizziness to full blown vomiting all day long. Below are some suggestions however please note that if you are concerned or have a pre-existing…
Katie’s 5 month old daughter Ella has begun to wake several times a night and will only settle with a feed, despite being a good sleeper previously. On the first night, she woke frequently and needed a lot of reassuring to get back to sleep. My job is to get her into the sleep habits which are appropriate for her age, weight and development, so she can build on those over the coming weeks until she sleeps through the night.
arrive for my second night with Katie at 9pm and have time to discuss how Ella has behaved during the…
Continuing our series about balancing family life and careers, we talk to Gemma Young. Gemma runs her own estate and holiday lettings agency, and is currently pregnant with her second child.
’ve always wanted to have two children. My own mum worked full-time, and she was a single parent, so I’d also always assumed that I would continue to work when I had children – it was all I’d ever known.
My first job was a paper round, when I was 13. That was how I met Craig, my husband. The paper round was on Hythe Marina, and we were…
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