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Love + Marriage + Waldorf?

I have been working with a lot of families lately that are struggling with this whole love and marriage bit.  I spent some time this weekend putting together a few thoughts that I hope are helpful. Marriage, Waldorf & Attachment Parenting pdf download

Our Summer Sale is HERE!

Welcome to our summer sale for 2014! We have some fun things in store. Week 1 (Today-6/13) Enjoy 30% off of everything in our store, including TFW!  We have an awesome drawing at the end of the week for this book and a golden yellow playsilk to go with it! Week 2 (6/14- 20) Enjoy 25% off of everything in our store, including TFW!
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Fun Summer Sale on It’s Way!

Come back Friday morning, June 6th for some great announcements for our summer sale   We have some great giveaways we are preparing for you!  Come back Friday!  Mark your calendar!

A Melisa Update :)

  I have so many people ask me how and what happened that I thought I had better get it all out.  ~*~*~*~*~ My only brush with high blood pressure was when I was pregnant with Sariah.  Once she was born, it returned to normal and I didn’t often think about it.  In December of 2013, I broke a tooth and the dentist told
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Dangling Off the Cliff by Amber Hellewell

  This post is for those of you who are dangling off the edge of the parenting and homeschooling cliff; you may be feeling exhausted, alone, frustrated, angry, depressed or just plain worn down by the pressures of life. The cliff feels enormous, your shoulders are aching from the over-sized backpack you are carrying… the sun is beating on your back… you are sweating,
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Spring Song Book!

We are happy to bring you our newest pentatonic song book!  This one is full of Spring.  Below is a sample from the book and a link to it in our store   Blessings! Super Sam and the Snail  It was a crisp spring morning and Super Sam opened his eyes excited to work. He had been asked by Hummus,  the head garden gnome
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The truth about inner work…

I am going to try not to make this book length, but this topic takes more than a few lines to tackle so stick with me I get a lot of requests for a more secular approach to Waldorf or ways to use our curriculum in a more secular way.  In the years that I have been working with Waldorf families, I have found
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Beginning zoology… (from the archives)

From the archives, October 2008 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ To start the zoology block for grade four, it can be helpful to discuss the differences between a rock, a seed/plant and then an animal.  I like to let this unfold by asking questions like “What is this rock? how is it different from the seed?”  Once they understand the line of questioning, it is easy to pick
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Nature tables and the new year, Brigid (From the Archives)

        From the Archives, January 2010 Like many mothers of older children, I have found the nature table begins to shift from being something they actively participate in to something that might get forgotten to something that you remember and then revive on your own.  One of my goals this year was to have more excitement about it so that it
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This Year I Will (From the Archives)

From the Archives, February 2010 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Here I sit… my house is quiet. Candles are lit. I am breaking one of my own rules.  The rule of getting in bed early. I have an excuse.  Candlemas is my birthday. I know that I have four children eager to make me breakfast in bed come morning and if I go to bed on time then
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