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post #21 of 26
I think there is a CD for 7x the Sun. Over the Rainbow Bridge is a really good read, but not along the same lines at 7x. Another book similar to 7x is A Child's Seasonal Treasury. I find it much more practical, and turn to it much more often than 7x. You are your Child's First Teacher is one other "must read" IMO!

Have fun and go to addall.com to find the best prices on used books, since those can empty the wallet pretty darn fast! (Don't mean to be advertising, or anything, I just hate to see people spend more $$ than they have to)
post #22 of 26
Yes, there is a CD that goes along with Seven Times the Sun. The only place I've ever seen it is on the Nova Natural website. I've actually been trying to find where to get it to sell on my website!

You might also like some of the CD's & Songbooks by Mary Thienes Schumemann. She has one called Sing a Song With Baby that has lots of songs and finger/toe games for babies. Her website is at Naturally You Can Sing

HTH!
Dana
post #23 of 26

Thanks so much

I ordered the CD today. Thanks so much for the website. I did a Google search and the other site that came up was charging more than double the price!
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post #25 of 26
So we are a Waldorf family and it has been wonderful in so many aspects of our lives....I could go on and on about it.

But my point here is to say I have respect for Alexanders views. I do not believe he is coming from a hateful state of mind at all. He is stating what he came away with from the information he has gathered. The same information hit a different cord with me than me, but such is the world!
I think that this discussion thread has been a good one of great dignity for the most part ---- I've read a lot that have been horribly mean-spirited and I appreciate a good natured debate.

As with all things in life - - learn as much as you can about something, it's either going to sit well for you or not!
post #26 of 26
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Originally Posted by elfie
So we are a Waldorf family and it has been wonderful in so many aspects of our lives....I could go on and on about it.

But my point here is to say I have respect for Alexanders views. I do not believe he is coming from a hateful state of mind at all. He is stating what he came away with from the information he has gathered. The same information hit a different cord with me than me, but such is the world!
I think that this discussion thread has been a good one of great dignity for the most part ---- I've read a lot that have been horribly mean-spirited and I appreciate a good natured debate.

As with all things in life - - learn as much as you can about something, it's either going to sit well for you or not!
I agree with you. This thread includes several examples of disagreements that did not get nasty, although they could have.

Someone on Mothering had a great signature line:

"breath in, breath out, repeat"

When I find myself suffering from an excess of indignation I find it truly excellent advice. It is also a good thing to use as a response if you get hit with an outraged e-mail from someone. I tried it once (elsewhere) during the lead up to the election when everyone was screaming. The person who had written a truly angry, nasty e-mail and got my single line response, came back with a friendly return e-mail, basically thanking me for having a sense of humor.

But it ain't easy...

I have noticed that I am most likely to go overboard and get rude when I have a sneaking feeling I'm at least partially in the wrong about something. Brings on the self-righteousness every time!

Nana
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