Lego tragics of the world! The latest fix of minifigs have just been unveiled! What’s more – they’re Disney-themed (can you say EVERYTHING IS AWESOME?!).
Check out the lineup shot released by Disney earlier this month, revealing 18 magical minifigures due to hit shelves in May. Continue reading
The distribution of toys is totally disproportionate; the privileged first-worlder few have way too many, while the majority of other children have, well, nothing. It’s no wonder parents are resorting to the rationing of presents in an effort to curb this culture of excess before our budding materialists know little more than…more.
The thing is, plastic playthings and other superfluous tat are easy. It requires imagination to think outside of the giftbox and come up with a tangible gesture that’s meaningful, lasting, and enriching — and really, why would we want to give our kids anything less? Continue reading
It’s a sunshiny day and Peppa is playing outside with her pals. Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig have got a surprise for her and George – they can’t guess what it is, but can you…?
Not one to miss an opportunity to capitalise on her mass following of mini-fans, Peppa Pig will be hitting stages all over the UK for her brand new, super special, spectacular Surprise Show! Continue reading
No truly kitsch-tastic, bonafide Christmas bonanza is complete without a Gingerbread House. But kids are stuffed full of sugary treats over the festive season as it is, and decorating such a gorgeously delicious abode with yummy goodies galore is just a mouthful of cavities waiting to happen. (And then you’d be forced to gorge it all yourself for the greater good of your children.)
To protect little toothies, and salvage the modicum of self-restraint you have left in your possession, this DIY cardboard gingerbread house is the perfect, perfectly jolly alternative. All you need is an empty cereal box, some craft supplies, and a couple eager elves… Continue reading
Crayons. One of the most exciting sources of creative fun for tots – and according to them, at least, totally delicious, too.
Chewing on a Crayola is hardly preferable – who knows what goes into making those awesome yet definitely non-natural lumo colours – but littlies will taste-test anything and everything they can get a grip on. Art supplies included. Continue reading