A hearth is the heart of the home. It is where we come to gather, especially at the end of the day. We draw about the fire to warm ourselves; we take in the smells of the cooking, nourishing our bodies; we come to tell stories of our day, nourishing our spirits. Yearning for the wisdom of the past, I hope those who come to this blog will feel the warmth of the hearth.
I am homeschooling my Grade 5 twin girls using Waldorf inspired education and that is the primary focus of this blog.
I have spent quite a bit of time documenting our Grade 1 year, which can be found through the links below. Grade 2 is sparse and for that, I apologize. Grade 3 is even more sparse as life keeps us more and more pressed for time. Nonetheless, I have decided to leave this blog up because I know how much I have relied on other blogs to enhance my children's lives and even if I don't have time to put as much content up as I did when my twins were younger, I hope the efforts I have put out in prior years will help inspire other families who have embarked on their own unique journeys.
How lovely! We still have scatterings of seasonal items through out our home till our littlest gets a little bigger.ReplyDelete
gorgeous, loving the colours xxReplyDelete
Beautiful, love the cloth, cheers MarieReplyDelete
So beautiful my friend!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful table! Thanks for the inspiration!ReplyDelete
Love your table! beautiful.ReplyDelete
that has so much beautiful imagery. great job, your clearly connected to the spirit of the season!ReplyDelete
Hello, I am MammaNatura, can you tell me where you bought the beautiful Anthroposophical frame showing the image of the Sistine Madonna?ReplyDelete
It's gorgeous yout table!
Thank you everyone for the wonderful comments!ReplyDelete
MammaNatura, I purchased that one from Steiner College Bookstore in Fair Oaks, CA when I took a wonderful seminar through the Syrendell Academy. They are literally a mile or two away (lucky ducks!)...Nova Natural used to carry them, but I had heard the German artist who handcarved them had passed away, so they only have horizontal frames left (very nicely priced, I might add):
Otherwise, I would suggest going to a waldorf school shop to see if they carry them. Most of them seem to! :D Good luck & HTH!
Happy Summer (and Winter) to all my global friends!
Jen, I need something new for my Summer nature table *wink** Wanna trade?ReplyDelete
Hope you are having a wonderful summer!
stunning! did you make that mermaid? i love her. ;)ReplyDelete
Thanks Momma Rae :D I did make her and the girls love to play with her! I have her up in my shop, but maybe will try to do a tutorial for her if I find time in the next week or two.ReplyDelete
Have a great weekend!!!
And Donna - I'm off to email you about that trade!!!!