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Michaelmas

Michaelmas

Today, September 29, is Michaelmas. This is the day we celebrate the Archangel Michael (and all of the other angels). Michaelmas, the feast of Saint Michael the Archangel (also the Feast of Saints Michael, Gabriel, Uriel and Raphael, the Feast of the Archangels, or the Feast of Saint Michael and All Angels) is a day … Continue reading

Eleanor the Fairy

Eleanor the Fairy

To go with our Fairy Mail, I printed out this lovely free fairy that the Little One colored and we put together. We named her Eleanor after one of the week’s fairies (plus that was my Gram’s name), and she joins us each time we do a fairy project. Eleanor came from this website, where … Continue reading

Pentecost

Pentecost

I know, I know, this blog post is beyond tardy for Pentecost. Perhaps you subscribe to the old adage, better late than never? (Or so I hope!) On the actual day of Pentecost, the little guy and I made hand-rolled beeswax candles with a flame motif to them. The colours are an amazing orange and … Continue reading

A Collecting Bag

A Collecting Bag

Last summer, I made this very quick & easy collecting bag for my little guy. He loves to take walks and loves to collect things (don’t all little ones?), so he needed a bag for gathering up his treasures as we walked. I let him pick out any fabric he wanted from my stash and … Continue reading

Alphabet Fairy Mail!

Alphabet Fairy Mail!

My little one and I have been having a lot of fun lately with a new alphabet based project: Alphabet Fairy Mail! Jennifer Compton designed an amazing and fun Waldorf-inspired curriculum to help little ones learn their letters (she has both PDF and print versions available in her Etsy shop). The lessons she has put … Continue reading

St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day

Hope you had a nice St. Patrick’s Day on the 17th! We did some fun things on the actual day and the week or so leading up to it. We started earlier in the week by baking whole wheat Irish soda bread. G liked his slathered with butter and cinnamon sugar, while I went with … Continue reading

PomPom Animals

PomPom Animals

Yesterday the kiddo and I had a fun day at home, just the two of us. We started the morning off with a leisurely breakfast and knights & castle play, which was followed up with story reading, bread baking (more on that later!), and of course, a craft. I’ve recently become obsessed with normally interested … Continue reading

A little bunny play set

A little bunny play set

I made these little play sets for a swap recently. Little wood bunnies I woodburned and watercolor stained, with cork and fabric mushrooms, a flowery meadow play mat, and a watercolor stained wooden bowl and milk bottle for Bunny to use for a snack. The whole thing fits inside a wood lidded box. In case … Continue reading

Winter Trees

Winter Trees

Last week, we did another project inspired by Outside Your Window. This time we read “Winter Trees,” then did a similar watercolor painting project as the previous week. We did this for two reasons: 1) my little guy loves crayon and watercolor together and 2) I like to do the same technique a few times … Continue reading

Fairy Swap Goodies

Fairy Swap Goodies

We received beautiful goodies from the Fairy Swap I participated in! Opening the package was such a joy! The love and care put into each handmade piece was so evident. In the package there was a flower fairy in a little pot, a beeswax flower with a little fairy curled up in the center, two … Continue reading