Hello, I love the idea of Waldorf, and would like to eventually have my 16 month old enrolled, or at least home-schooled in a "waldorfian" manner. :) I admittedly am not well-read on its philosophies, save for the basics: kids being hands on, community spirit, natural/basic materials for toys, high emphasis on imagination/nature/"magic" etc. I have not yet found the time to sit and read long philosophical books on Steiner, anthroposophy, etc.
My question is.....I'm wondering what sorts of things we could be adding to our every day lives to integrate Waldorf into our world before school starts. We already use wooden toys, no TV, etc. We sing a "thank you" song at mealtimes, we immerse ourselves in nature as often as possible, we live compassionately. Etc.
Any other suggestions from those of you who practice it as a way of life?