Monthly Archives: September 2011

DIY Playstand

A few months ago I asked my mum a question that I knew no self-respecting grandpa could leave unanswered. I sent a picture of a Playstand and asked “Do you think Opa Uwe is able to build this?” Of course … Continue reading

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Kid’s Craft : Camping Lantern

We made this cute little lantern the other day in anticipation of our Waldorf Playstands which will be arriving soon. The little ones are very excited and can’t wait to turn our livingroom into a pretend campside for their Playstand … Continue reading

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Wildlife Park

Today we went to the Wildlife Park to meet some animals. Arthur loved watching the Gazelles, they were his favourite, but Emily and George both agreed that the Penguins were the best. Wishing you a lovely day. ♥ ps// I … Continue reading

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Top 5 Spooky Boardgames

We never used to celebrate Halloween, but now it seems that all through Autumn we are preparing for that spooky day. The little ones ask for scary stories, want to hear all about ghosts,vampires and witches. They know it’s not … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday

Happy 3rd Birthday sweet Baby George! I hope this day is exactly how you want it to be. We love you so much! Hugs and kisses from Mama, Daddy, Emi & Arthur! ♥

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Slow days full of play

While the weather is so wonderfully rainy we have been spending a lot more time indoors. The rainy weather might just be the reason that each Autumn my little ones , especially Emily, get a little bit obsessed with puzzles, … Continue reading

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Salt and Cornstarch Dough Modelling : Fairy Doors & Toadstools

We love Modelling Clay, but the store bought kind can be expensive, especially when it is part of your weekly rhythm. We love to use homemade modelling clay, it can be baked or you can leave it to dry. It’s … Continue reading

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