What does it look like when we bring the developmental aspects of anthroposophy to our homes? How do we parent from that perspective? What does discipline look like? How do our days unfold? What are the stepping stones to that place? What are the many different forms it might take? How do we become homemakers and not lose ourselves in the process of mothering? How do we inspire, protect and nourish childhood and yet still find enough energy to wake up and do it all over again the next day and remember who we are?
Come join our community of parents, teachers and childcare providers who strive to bring a conscious, warm, creative, rhythmic, beautiful,nourishing experience of childhood grounded in the development of the human being as described by Rudolf Steiner, development through the head, heart and hands :: thinking, feeling, willing :: Imagination, Inspiration, Intuition.
Topics include homebirth, homeschool, homemaking, homesteading, daily life with children, parenting, family life, child development, festival celebrations, to do circle or not to do circle, crafts, creating a home, homesteading, circle, curriculum, cooking with children, developing rhythm in the home, storytelling, singing, simple living, naturalthe twelve senses, temperaments, watercolor and finger painting, coloring, community, handwork, birthday celebrations, daily celebration, open to all aspects of caring for children in the rhythm of life as well as homeschooling.
This group is administered by Lisa Boisvert Mackenzie who offers Celebrate the Rhythm of Life in Caring for Children through the Year, a program for parents, teachers and childcare providers who are striving to awaken connections to the rhythmic cycles of the day, week and month. More on that may be found here: http://www.celebratetherhythmoflife.com/p/monthly-program.html
Tell us a little bit about yourself and your family, what is working now? what is challenging?
Warm welcome to you