REVIEW: The Bristol Baby and Toddler show

 


This weekend saw the fifth annual Bristol Baby and Toddler show at Ashton Gate Stadium.

The popular show is the perfect one stop shop for families and families-to-be looking for the best of what Bristol has to offer babies and children.

This year, as well as heaps of shopping and information, there was plenty of entertainment and goodies to keep little ones amused whilst parents browsed.

We were treated to an exciting range of exhibitors including Flying Saucers Pottery Painting Cafe, Happy Hopperz, Catherine Barber Pregnancy Massage, Precious Prints and Looking Glass Photography.

Free face painting from Playspace and a packed day of taster sessions by local activity classes kept kids thrilled.

Mmm Bopp Music and Movement allowed toddlers to burn off some energy and Baby Sensory chilled out the babies whilst cleverly stimulating their senses. 

Organiser Caroline Sparks was on hand to explain to families about her exciting new venture the Little Monster Baby and Toddler Club.

Even Chopsy Baby reporters were quickly signing up to join after spotting some super savings to entertain families on days out.

The Bristol Baby and Toddler Show has quickly grown to become the baby and toddler show in the South West.

If you missed it this time around, it will be at Gloucester in June and Cheltenham in November 2011.

For more information, visit: www.little-monster.co.uk