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Hi, I’m Jacqui.
As a mother with two young children, I always felt so much pressure to do the best for my kids in terms of their physical, emotional and cognitive development. I read all the right books and listened to all the right people. (But you know how it is with a baby – things don’t always turn out the way you plan).
If you’ve read the books too, you’ll understand the importance of nappy-free tummy time – especially for your baby’s physical development. It helps to build strength and range of movement, to provide increased sensory stimulation, and to reduce nappy rash.
Knowing its importance, I tried hard to squeeze in a session each day – in between the feeding, changing and settling to sleep. But honestly, it was such a hassle. Like me, you’ve probably tried disposable change mats with comfy blankets on top, or towels and cloth nappies, but it was always the same: too much mess. Does this sound familiar? Trust me, I tried it all.
Then one day a simpler option dawned on me: a machine washable, totally waterproof playmat with a soft snug layer on top, which means no need for extra blankets. Genius! And from there, the unique Rudie Nudie Playmat was born. It made my life so much easier – and it will work for you, too.
So, from now on, I hope the Rudie Nudie Playmat can take the hard work out of your nappy-free time too. No mess. No fuss. Just peace of mind, knowing that you’re doing the best for your baby.
Love Jacqui xo
P.S. Your baby doesn’t care about beautiful design, but we know that you do. That’s why our mats are not only practical, but stylishly crafted too.
We acknowledge the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples of this nation. We acknowledge the people of the Kulin nation as traditional custodians of the lands on which Rudie Nudie Designs is located and where we conduct our business. We pay our respects to ancestors and Elders, past and present. We are committed to honouring Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ unique cultural and spiritual relationships to the land, waters and seas and their rich contribution to society.