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Let It Go! Let it Go!   Seriously, LET…IT…GO! I love Frozen as much as the next grandmother, but enough is enough with the princess movies and books! I have such dreams and goals for my little precious granddaughter, Natty Cat, and none of them involve a castle. Natty Cat is now almost 4 years old and I miss the 18 month old who didn’t wanna wear a crown! What happened to that little girl? Media
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  Natty Cat and Libby was created by two Southern grandmothers. We created it because we had big dreams for our daughters and granddaughters, but we also knew from our own experiences that they might need our “permission” to follow their dreams. Let me explain why. Growing up in a small Southern town, my parents had two dreams for me -- get married and have children - and I guess a third would have been
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The Adventure Continues…   On Thursday, October 5, 2017, our foray into the world of children’s book publishing took a giant leap (at least for us). We had our very first book launch at The Rabbit’s Nest of Rome! After all of our hard work, Janet and I were so excited to finally introduce Natty Cat and Libby to readers everywhere. The launch was a huge success due in large part to our wonderful, supportive
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I am an artist whose primary medium is watercolor. I have always enjoys painting different subjects that delight or inspire me. And I have always wanted to try my hand at illustration. I have written a few children’s books of my own (not yet published), and I've started work on helping them come to life through pictures. I've attended book writing and illustrating conferences, and I've read lots and lots of children’s books. My grandchildren
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Welcome to the world of Natty Cat and Libby. Sign up for our newsletter and you will get updates on all things new. But first here is how I got inspired….     This photo is how it all began. I had just returned from Disney World with my two older grandsons and, being a good grandmother, I had purchased an adorable “Princess Thing 1” outfit, complete with pink tutu, for my precious 2 year old
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