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you go to kinderhaus too?!?!?! so do we!! usually for circle time on tuesdays. how funny!!
LOL, too funny! I haven't been able to go to a circle-time yet because of my work schedule, but starting this summer we'll be able to Hooray!!
Thus far, aside from going in and playing after Fiona's ballet class (she goes to EVSPA and I'll start teaching there this summer), we've only been to a few of the classes and festivals. She does a great job with those!

Small world!

xoxo
Charlotte
post #42 of 639
Here is our Playroom
We don't have any plastic, but not everything is "open ended" like the firetruck and farm. I try. This summer we are going to lazure the walls and take out the wool rug and replace it with an aplaca rug. We used to have a big flower alpaca rug but it got washed and ruined. Right not its a bit girly and loud but we will improve. Any tips or suggestions on our playroom?
post #43 of 639
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: your link didnt work
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: your link didnt work
I fixed it..i think.
post #45 of 639
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hmm now it says "uh-oh somehting bad happened with your request"
what a funny response

nevermind now its working!! woo hoo!!
post #46 of 639
I think yahoo must be acting up. It wasn't working and now it is.
post #47 of 639
Ni-I love your playroom. It looks so peaceful and inviting. Great job.
post #48 of 639
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thanks! i love yours too where did you get that dolhouse? i have to get one sometime soon. we just got this barn for dd and all her cows:
barn
post #49 of 639
Oooh we definitely have to get that farm..very cute.

The dollhouse is from Willow Toys

So is the kitchen & playstands. They do a great job.
post #50 of 639
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oh thats where we got our playstands too!! thats a steal for a doll house too!! thanks!
post #51 of 639
so beautiful...and i must admit i'm a teeny bit jealous of your skills!
post #52 of 639
I just saw the post about wide pine flooring- I always wanted to do that- and have since moved into an antique house with them. But, you could always just paint the subflooring- think of the amazing things you could do!!!!
post #53 of 639
wow. nice and inspiring pics!
post #54 of 639
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a little for more ppl to add pics
post #55 of 639
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Originally Posted by 2+twins View Post
I'll share.

Looking into the room
Playstand
Playstand left
Playstand right
Bookshelf - we have a bigger bookshelf w/more in the living room
Shelves
Flower tent
Doll pram & stuffed animal box
Activity table
Dress-up rack, dress-up box, play kitchen

To the OP - I love your playroom! That playstand playsilk is great - did you make it yourself? I also really love the house thing with all the playsilks clipped to it. What a fantastic idea! I know my girls would love something like that.
OMG - I love this playroom! Can I come over and play? :

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Originally Posted by counterGOPI View Post
sorry it took me so long to post them. i thought id start a new thread for them. please tell me what i can do to imrove her room to make it more waldrofy.. i know i have to put up some playsilks or something on the back of her playstand to cover the backs of the computer,dvd players etc...

http://i79.photobucket.com/albums/j1...I/IMG_4452.jpg
playslik on her canopy.the sky and grass
http://i79.photobucket.com/albums/j1...I/IMG_4453.jpg
heres the rainbow house i mentioned before:
http://i79.photobucket.com/albums/j1...I/IMG_4454.jpg
http://i79.photobucket.com/albums/j1...I/IMG_4462.jpg


http://i79.photobucket.com/albums/j1...I/IMG_4455.jpg
http://i79.photobucket.com/albums/j1...I/IMG_4457.jpg
http://i79.photobucket.com/albums/j1...I/IMG_4461.jpg
Very cute! I love it!

Is it strange that I'm really wanting to create a playroom now even though I don't have any children yet?

post #56 of 639
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OMG - I love this playroom! Can I come over and play? :

Is it strange that I'm really wanting to create a playroom now even though I don't have any children yet?

This reminds me of the first time my SIL visited a waldorf kindergarten/preschool space. He said to my daughter: "I just want to sit down and start playing!" They were, at that point, several years away from having their first child
post #57 of 639
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Funny I was just thinking of completely rehauling (re-doing) my 4 year old daughter, and 3 year old son's shared room. So I was going to post to get some inspiration on making the children's bedroom more Waldorf. I have plenty of acorn caps, pinecones, stones, rocks, wood (dh and I have a tree service) but one thing I am cringing on is the replacement of their bedroom carpet. I want to put wide plank pine flooring down but have no idea the cost, or how much this will set us back. I think though for now if I just take a look at all of your wonderful photos then my mind will start turning

Thanks for the sharing of your personal photos of the playroom setup.
Don't know if anyone has replied to this yet, but depending on where you live, you can get salvaged flooring from old houses that are being torn down, or barn boards. Check ebay too...you'd be surprised!
post #58 of 639
Check online for Freecycle groups, which I think are nationwide. People post stuff they want to give away and other people post stuff they are looking for. I just unloaded a humidifier I no longer needed and just listed several other items I'm trying to clear out as I get ready to move.
post #59 of 639
these rooms are awesome i would love to do something like that for my babe's room
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