Three-year-olds aren’t always the easiest to entertain on a wet afternoon! However, there was plenty to keep our little one busy at the City Art Centre, a six-floor science playground for the Edinburgh International Science Festival.
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Nothing better than an Easter Egg Hunt to keep the little ones happy. If you are looking for inspiration, we've compiled a cracking list of places to go this weekend...
Tara McGregor is passionate about yoga for young children. We met her over a coffee in Bruntsfield to ask her all about Tatty Bumpkin, a creative and engaging yoga inspired class which involves storytelling and music.
This year Fenton Barns Nursery near North Berwick celebrated its 5th birthday with a cake made from ingredients grown in the nursery garden. Its very first intake of babies are now off on their next adventure at school, so it was only fitting to mark the occasion by embracing its emphasis on healthy eating and local food.
With over ninety different baby and toddler groups across the city, it’s very easy to feel overwhelmed when trying to decide which ones to go to. Regina Alonzi and Katie Drake offer some advice before you take the plunge.
As another year draws to a close, are you looking at your children in wonder and disbelief at how fast they're growing up? We certainly are. Karyn Horler decided to document a day-in-the-life of her family, so that they could look back, remember and laugh about their life with little ones. She contacted Armands Sprogis of A-Fotografy, and we spoke to her afterwards to find out what spurred her into booking a photography session and about her family's experience.
Monkey Barrel Comedy is one of Edinburgh's newest family-friendly eateries. It offers top stand-up comedy by night, but by day it has started to welcome all ages into its café. We asked one of the owners - a dad of two under 5s - how he went about launching this exciting new venue.