Say hello to the youngest member of Team Tatty Devine...

Say hello to the youngest member of Team Tatty Devine...

Charlotte Prichard, 2 May 2014

Eagle eyed fans might have spotted some sneaky hints on Twitter all about Tatty Devine co-founder Rosie's exciting new adventure... Well, we can finally reveal all! Join Rosie as she introduces the youngest (and cutest) member of Team Tatty: "Artemas Eamon Collins came into the world on Friday 21st March. We found his name on a last minute trip to the seaside. Whilst perusing the aisles of a dusty old bookshop I came across some Greek Myths and got reading all about the goddess Artimis. I was really struck by the name and then realised that spelt differently it worked for a boys name as well - so whether I had a boy or girl, the name was good! Within days he was showered with gifts - when he's a bit bigger, he will have an amazing wardrobe. In his first couple of weeks he mostly slept and his favourite place to do this was on this lovely lamb skin. I was given the top tip of sleeping with it for a while so that it would smell of me, to soothe him and help him feel at home. His other sleeping place is a beautiful moses basket that my Grandma bought for my Mum back in 1970, apparently it has slept 26 babies over the years. The weeks are flying by at such a rate, and on Friday it will be 6 whole weeks that we have been getting to know one another.  In the last few days he has been learning to smile which is unbelievably cute, apparently it's known as a *social smile* because up till now anything resembling a smile was probably wind! On Friday, Harriet hand delivered a rose from Team Tatty. It boasts the fantastic name, 'Sweet Child of Mine', which quite frankly is a great name, but outside the UK it is known as Artimis - how brilliant! Although, don't they know Guns N' Roses on the continent?" Thank you for sharing such adorable snaps, Rosie! We can't wait until Artie is big enough to join in all the fun at the studio. Until then, don't forget to keep up with Rosie over on Twitter.
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