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Kim, from Michiko Baby, is offering an exciting giveaway where you can win a Michiko Kids product of YOUR choice with completely customizable fabric. Fabric choices are HERE. What a fun way to kick off the Holiday season! To see all of the Michiko products available please go to the Michiko Baby website here:
To read our own experience with the Michiko Kids Chalkbook please read our full review HERE.
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What is the most memorable art moment you’ve had with your child? For those of you without children or those too young to do art yet what is the most memorable art moment from your own childhood? Was it a love/hate moment? Was it messy? Did someone get into something they weren’t supposed to? Do you still cringe when you think about it? There is no wrong answer here. Have fun!
For me, thus far, my most memorable art moment with Camden is somewhat twofold. The one that sticks out to me the most is when I was trying to get her comfortable with the sensation of fingerpainting. She was very timid to touch the paint and so I encouraged her to explore it and have fun. This was the result:
My second most memorable moment was when we were putting up the fence at our house in Pasco, Washington. We were putting the fence polls in the ground and surrounding the poles with cement. We saved the leftover cement and had Cami push her hands into the wet cement. We made two of them and coined them as “Cami Stones.” Recently, we moved away from our home and moved back to Bellingham and we sadly realized that we’d left the Cami Stones behind in Pasco. Luckily, my friend Emeth was able to go back to the house and retrieve them for us.
Contest will close on: Sunday December 14th at 11:59pm. Winner will be announced Monday December 15th.
Be on the lookout for many more giveaways THIS WEEK!