Considering the fact that when you're on Tinder, the age range you can select begins at 18 years old, that means a bunch of kids are using the app and pretending they're older — which is definitely not good.
That said, the last several years have seen plenty of technology advances for the social lives of teenagers that were and are disconcerting to adults.
There is also a larger version with storage space if you have more to spend. Melissa & Doug Stack and Count Parking Garage: £14.99, Argos Here you have 10 different coloured cars that stack into a wooden garage.
Such a simple concept and yet such a great toy – kids can play with the wooden cars as well as the garage itself, while the adults around them feel good about the learning opportunity it gives in terms of colours and numbers. Smyths Lots to Cuddle Babies Twins: £19.99, Smyths If we treated our babies the way little ones treat their dollies, doll social services would be called instantly.
It’s designed like an English cottage which, unfortunately, is unlikely to be robust enough to take too much enthusiastic play, though the tea set itself could easily last to be handed on to the next generation. The Tiger Who Came to Tea by Judith Kerr: £5.20, Wordery Much loved by all ages, The Tiger Who Came to Tea is the story of what happens when a tiger pops round for tea one day - unless you choose to believe the theories that it’s an allegory for the Nazis, or an alcoholic mother.
But your kids would probably prefer you kept these thoughts to yourself and just embrace the tiger-ness, which is fabulous.
Tinder is an app for adults, and it's commonly viewed as one that facilitates casual hookups rather than friendships or long-term partnerships. It’s unisex – hooray – robust and like Wiggo, super cool. Tomy Foam Cone Factory Activity Toy: £19.99, Argos Leave this suckered to the side of your bath and you’ll find it impossible not to make yourself an ice cream made of bubbles - it’s almost worthy of being on a best presents for grown-ups round up.Although this ice cream factory is a bit of a one trick pony, it doesn’t seem to put kids off, and once they’ve made their ice creams, got a mouthful of bubbles from one and sold the other two from their bathside shop, they seem very happy to start all over again.If that user also swiped you right, then you get matched up and are free to talk. Well, things get a little less simple when you consider who's on Tinder right now.While there are plenty of twenty-, thirty- and forty-somethings on the app, there has been a reported rise of teenagers using the app.
Buy now This Wiggins bike (he’s dropped the Sir and the Bradley for this range), is named after one of the stages of the Tour de France and is designed to be your little one’s first bike.