Kid shopping in France
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‘The Marais Bear’ doesn’t focus on Smoky or Yogi but on Teddy – there are more versions of the popular cuddly toy in this crowded little boutique than you could fill a bear’s den with.
A real quartier (neighbourhood) boutique with a distinctly ‘green’ philosophy, this emporium for tots has it all: imaginative games and toys, clothes, bedroom furnishings and accessories, stuff for school and babycare products – all organic, recycled or made by local artisans. Help yourself to a herbal tea or juice and slice of home-made cake (fill in your own bill and pay at the counter).
There’s a clutch of music workshops for toddlers (aged one to five).
This ode to childhood sells a mix of toys, kids’ chopsticks (handy for families dining out a lot in Paris), kitchen and bathroom wares (polka-dotted cutlery, black rubber ducks with fishing rods), bedroom decorations, pedal-powered metal cars and so on.
Quaint, retro fashion of the same timeless ilk for babies and kids respectively is the focus of nearby boutiques including Bébé Bonton and Grenelle Bonton. Its 800-sq-m concept store Grand Bonton is on the Right Bank.