I'm so excited to introduce you to my sister-in-law, Mummy A, and her baby, Squishels! Over the next year Mummy A will be popping in every three months to give you an update into how their cloth journey is progressing, their loves and dislikes, what works for their family.
My SIL's pregnant! I can't wait to be an aunty! Recently she asked me
to help her navigate the world of cloth nappies and I've decided to
share with you an edited version of the e-mail I sent her. Happy
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As a mother of three children I have changed my fair share of nappies!
Here at Squiggles and Bubbles central we are a cloth nappy loving bunch. I organise our local GCDC event each year and Numnut
crows about the benefits of cloth nappies and recommends them to his friends
and colleagues who are expecting. It wasn’t always so though!
We love process art, here! It has so much educational value, and allows the girls to explore their environments with their senses,
express themselves through the creative arts, problem solve and make
discoveries. Process art is exactly what it sounds
like, it's not about creating a finished product but rather about
exploring and enjoying the process.
It's this love of process art, that makes me so happy to be taking part in the Process Art Monthly Challenge, with other
like-minded bloggers! Be sure to scroll to the end of this post and check out the links below to see how others are
exploring with crayons this month!