One of the thing that really appeals to me about Waldorf is not pushing academics too early. That said, I'm also not going to avoid teaching my daughter things if she's interested in learning about them.
We went out to a restaurant for a huge family dinner with the extended family (great aunts, cousins, grand & great grands, that kind of thing) and at the restaurant, the kids meal menu came on a big paper that had a find-a-word on it. My 20 month old (at the time) points at one of the letters and says "S!" loudly to us all. Of course we're all shocked, she was right. Then she starts pointing at other letters & we tell her what they are. (The S was the only one that she knew.) Since then, she's learned the alphabet song & can correctly identify all of the letters in the alphabet.
We're not pushing her to learn this stuff, but she's genuinely excited to figure out the mystery of these letters. (We do read a lot.) Last week we were reading a book and she pointed at a word and said "Mommy". The word she was pointing to was, in fact, Mommy. I would wonder if she was just saying something to me (I'm called Mommy), but then she correctly identified the word again on another page. Somehow just by reading to her, she's figuring this out already.
So, what suggestions do you ladies have to help support her interest without overdoing it? She'll be 2 next week.