Tag Archives: Waldorf

A quilt and a crown

Before Ezra was born I had the idea that a birthing quilt (for him) might be nice. I started it, and it was a welcome distraction in those last few weeks of pregnancy. But it didn’t get finished, and when … Continue reading

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corners of my home

There’s little I love more than home – the idea of it, the actual being in it, the invitation to be in other people’s. Home is, in every way, an extension of who I am and who our family is … Continue reading

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A little more deschooling

Today has been a bit of a strange day. I went, for the first time, to the toddler Steiner group after intending to do so pretty much since Ava was born. And I came away somewhat surprised, a little bit … Continue reading

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this weekend

The last two days have been great days. Funny how part of the reason a day is great is that it comes out of nowhere and surprises you with its loveliness. In part I think the lovely days are easier … Continue reading

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Journey into unschooling

I started off with an idea of unschooling that was largely inspired by the incredible blogs of women whose children are homeschooled in this fashion. Appearing quite distinctly different from homeschooling, which has never appealed to me, I was completely … Continue reading

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