2. If you're getting cabin fever and need to *GET OUT*, there's plenty going on in and around London over Easter to give your brain a break whilst distracting any kiddywinkles for long enough so that you can actually feel the benefit...
Check Out what's on offer at the Royal Opera House over Easter. They're amazing at opening their doors to families and if events aren't totally free of charge, they'll be super affordable. The building is calm, quiet and pushchair accessible, regular tours are available and costume exhibitions are a lovely, low energy-without-being-brain-dead way for Mums to spend 'nap time' without having to be stuck in at home or in a coffee shop.
On that note (haha!), we may be a little biased (as many of us studies there) but paying a visit to the Royal Academy of Music is a must. The atmosphere is electric, the museum and instrument building workshops are great to see, music oozes through every nook and cranny and there are always free concerts, events and workshops open to the public.
3. Finally, if you'd like to remain totally 'noise free', we can recommend 'Thoughts to Make Your Heart Sing'. Okay, its a bible story book and not music, but the illustrations are magnificent, the way the stories are told are really easy to communicate to little ones and its generally the most uplifting and assuring little book to have on hand. It does what it says on the cover too!