Tag Archive: waldorf

The moon princess

This book was so magical for us! It was duch a beautiful story of how the universe came to be. I really recommend this for all ages, its an instant family favorite!! Advertisements

This is the way we wash-a-day

This has a cd included and is full of rhythms and songs from long ago. Its so enchanting, we all sat and listened. The music was so beautifully sung.

The land of long ago

This story was very enchanting for us! It had a little boy and a girl with a big imagination and a want for adventure. Little did they know a very mischievous troll was… Continue reading

Woody, Hazel, and Little Pip

This little story is so beautiful. It takes us to the world of Mr and Mrs Hazelnut, there children and all there freinds. In a very mischievous adventure. Very Waldorf!

Mayfair poles

This weeks craft was in honor of Mayfair!! So we made mini Mayfair poles for children!!

Fairy flower head pieces

Look what my crafting circle and I made!!! So pretty!!

Nell’s Elf

Oh how cute can a book be! This books about a bored little girl that finds imagination at her fingertips!!!

The sun egg

This darling book, is so tiny! Its very adorable. It’s full of knombs with enchantment and wonder from a pint sized veiw. Very Waldorf!

Together at the table

Is a wonderfully put together cookbook! I should know I’m one of the author’s!! Also included is recipes for creams, anti lice tonic, natural treatments and rhythms!! I’m so excited to be part… Continue reading

It’s harvest time!

Today we went to our schools annual Harvest festival!! It’s so full of life!! We brought figs for trade Made corn husk dolls There was pumpkin carving and an apple press And our… Continue reading

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  • Welcome to my blog! Tune in for never ending family fun, spur of the moment travel, cooking adventures in my allergy free kitchen, and with all the books that come in and out of our home. Its obvious we love to read! With all this going on in our lives I try to mainatain a Waldorf theme to our lives. I have named this blog after my 2 children's most popular nickames at home. Since they are my inspiration for almost everything i do, it seemed fitting to name our blog after them too. I appreciate everyone that visits my page and i enjoy all your comments so much! Thanks for joining us!!! There is rarely a very dull moment!

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