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Thank you very much for posting this! I just put it on my blog. I'll be watching the entire film when it comes out.
This may be right up my alley at the moment. MLW, you'd know - is it? I've heard a little bit about it. I'm finding that for me personally, the LoA/spirituality pendulum has swung back toward the middle. Meaning that I went from surrendering completely to God's will, all the way to believing that *I* might actually *be* God (which makes me cringe at the moment), to now a middle ground. Of course this all took place over the course of many, many years, but I'm quite...
I'm looking for activities/stories/crafts to do with my girls for advent. Please share your ideas here! I'd love to hear them all.
Thanks all. We will be getting the mama on Saturday which will be about 9.5 weeks of nursing. Pup has been eating solid food since 5 or 6 weeks I think so it should be fine. Now I wonder . . . will mama cry at night for her baby?
We are adopting a mama dog. A Corgi mix. After we decided we wanted her, surprise! she had one puppy. Yes, only one. Abby and her pup are at a foster's home now and will remain there. I think the foster mom is going to keep the puppy. I know that normally people 'wean' pups from their mamas at like 8 weeks to be sold or to go to other homes, but in this case, how long will the pup nurse? The reason I ask is because they told me that 'once the puppy is done...
Quote: Originally Posted by RollerCoasterMama If you're feeling adventurous, making them yourself isn't very difficult either! I made DS a whole farm full last Christmas! Plus lots of zoo animals. It is a time commitment though, and the original tools cost a bit unless you've got access to a wood-worker. FWIW, I'd never done any wood-working at all before doing his animals. And they turned out pretty...
Quote: Originally Posted by LuxPerpetua I like to buy from etsy if it's something I can't make myself because it supports local artisans, many of whom are work at home mamas. My favorite etsy shops: http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=5477688 http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id..._desc&includes[]=tags&includes[]=title I agree! And I LOVE prettydreamer's shop! Thank you!
Quote: Originally Posted by PabloHoneySF Depending on what type of wooden figures you are looking for (ie: animals, fairy tale etc) Etsy has a lot of great (and less expensive) alternatives I just did a search on Toys>Waldorf>Wooden and here are some listings: http://www.etsy.com/category/toys/waldorf/wooden_doll Zooloonaturals is one of my favorite shops http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id...ller_usernames Good Luck! Oh thank you!...
DD's 6th birthday is coming up and we got some money from grandparents to spend for Christmas. (Doncha just love it when family gives you $$ instead of cheap, plastic toys? ) Any recommendations on where to get them? I've looked at Nova & Quiet Hours so far. I love them all but would really really like to find some that are less expensive. (Does this even exist?)
I did a lot of reading yesterday about Waldorf books for Fall and I saw one w/the title September (or something like it) - - does anyone know what I'm talking about? It looked like a lovely book and I wanted to try to find and order it. The title might have been September __________ (something) -- I can't remember exactly.
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