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post #81 of 84
2+Twins - that's the one! Thank you! I will email the photo to Sonya and see what she says. She's been really kind about giving sources for items that she doesn't carry any longer in the past. I will post if I find out anything.
Thanks!
post #82 of 84
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Are you talking about this one? I found the picture attached to a link to A Toy Garden (which is where I bought one years ago) but it's no longer there when you click the link. I'm pretty sure our local toy store carries it though but I don't know offhand the brand. I'm sure someone here can help, if this is what you're looking for.
ummm, 2+ twins...

there's a toy store locally that carries those kind of toys? Care to share the name... we may have to go check it out (and see you )

sorry to go OT...
post #83 of 84
That house is made by Treeblocks. You can purchase it on their website here.
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ummm, 2+ twins...

there's a toy store locally that carries those kind of toys? Care to share the name... we may have to go check it out (and see you )

sorry to go OT...
It's Early Work Toy Station. They're alright - not real Waldorfy but they do carry some stuff like that. Have you ever been to Earth Child in Sebastopol? That store was fantastic but it was recently scaled down (they literally walled off more than half of their space) due to the economy and has new owners. Still the most flat out Waldorf-oriented toy store I've been to IRL though.

And yes, you do need to come out & see me!
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