Whole Family Rhythms Basic Saltdough Recipe 1 cup white flour 1/2 cup salt 1 cup water 1 tablespoon oil 1 tablespoon cream of tartar Combine all ingredients in a pot on medium high on the stove and stir continuously until it becomes so thick you can’t stir anymore. Remove from heat, take it out and as… read more
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The first light of Advent is the light of stone–.
Stones that live in crystals, seashells, and bones.
The second light of Advent is the light of the plants–
Plants that reach up to the sun and in the breezes dance.
The third light of Advent is the light of beasts–
All await the birth, from the greatest and the least.
The fourth light of Advent is the light of humankind–
The light of love, hope and thought
To give and understand. ~ Rudolf Steiner read more
Winter Feels Over and Under the Snow by Kate Messner Own Moon by Jane Yolen Winter Garden by Kristin Hannah The Story of the Snow Children by Sibylle Von Olf\ers The Tomten by Astrid Lindgren Ollie’s Ski Trip by Elsa Beskow The Longest Night by Marion Dane Bauer Winter by Gerda Muller The Hat… read more
According to Pagan folklore, on October 31st (which lands midway between the Autumn Equinox and the Winter Solstice) the veil between this world and the spirit world is at its thinnest, allowing the dead to walk among us. In light of this tradition people would set the table for relatives who had passed and symbolically… read more
Michaelmas is celebrated on September 29th each year and marks the true beginning of Fall at the time of the Autumn Equinox. The story of St. Michael (sometimes helping the earthly, St. George) conquering the dragon of darkness with his sword forged from the stars, symbolizes triumph over the approaching darkness. On an even deeper level… read more
We recently celebrated Juniper’s fourth year around the sun. It was a simple day, as usual I opted for no birthday party (although I know when she finally has one it will be extra magical for her) and instead we spent the day with family giving gifts, playing and cooking food together. Over the years… read more
Wet felting is such a warming and tactile experience for little hands. These wet felted eggs look lovely on an Easter Nature Table and can be carefully stored away after the holiday to be rediscovered and loved each and every year. Make sure you download your FREE printable PDF with photos and instructions below. If… read more
This Flopsy Bunny is an adorable addition to the Easter Nature Table or a wonderful addition to Easter Baskets. Make sure you download your FREE printable PDF with photos, template and instructions below. If you already have a Whole Family Rhythms Spring Guide, slot this PDF into the Easter week section. Flopsy Easter Bunny Tutorial… read more