Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Not quite a quilt....

I haven't been doing much quilting of late - just the minimum amount to maintain my sanity - or not quite! (should ask my children if they think I'm still sane).

I have been working on a new project, which a friend commented is not unlike a quilt. I did use that analogy myself to describe it - a website has many pages created in layers. If you know my quilting work, you'll know that these colours are amongst my favourites. Although I don't write about my family life here on piecemeal pieces, I'll give you a little snapshot into what I do when I'm not quilting.....

Miriam, my youngest, was born with a cleft lip and palate. I managed to breastfeed her with a lot of determination and luck, but I would like to make things simpler for other parents in the same boat. One new reader commented last night on Facebook "OMG where have you been!" - probably the nicest comment I have ever received.

Please share this with anyone who works in maternal and infant health or young in 800 newborn children (approx. 7000 babies a year in the US) could use this information. You could also help by sharing on your own blog, or liking on any of the social media buttons on the homepage. 

Best wishes,


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