The holiday season has arrived, and now is the time to indulge in sweet memories to share with our little ones. Christmas brings us weird and wonderful family traditions that have been followed year after year, while adopting new ones that our children can pass down to their future generations.
Lose yourself in wandering the lights of London, dressing up for family photos and decorating the Christmas tree to feel the magic of the holiday season ahead. We've put together our festive holiday guide on activities to enjoy with your children ahead of the big day.
Nothing captures the holiday sparkle like putting up the Christmas and smelling that memorable scent that we indulge ourselves in year after year. Put on your favourite Christmas music to enjoy in the background and dance around together, while adding each bauble that has been collected over the years one by one.
A truly British pastime takes us on a long country walk with lots to discover along the way. Dress your little ones up in their warmest wools and cosiest coats, with lots of treats in hand whilst you wander through the beautiful British countryside. Watch them run through the fields, hop along bridges, making their way back home to a roaring, cosy fire.
It's time to get our little ones' taste buds tingling with festive Christmas cooking. Bake up a storm with the nostalgic taste of gingerbread to create all sorts of sweet festive characters. From classic gingerbread people to dashing reindeers, spoil them with hours of icing and decorating, and cosy down with a festive film for afterwards.
The Christmas season only means one thing… it’s time to get dressed up. Even the youngest partygoers want to dress to impress around holiday time, and with our elegant selection of children’s’ party wear, it's easy to help them look their festive best. From velvet to seasonal tartan, dress your little ones up in timeless styles that be loved and cherished and passed down over years and years.
Matthew enjoyed his festive activities wearing our holiday Fair Isle jumpers.
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