With more than one child, and especially with a newborn, our homeschooling rhythm has changed. The truth is that, from my daughter’s perspective, I am now less available. I still wanted us to spend time bonding, wondering, laughing, discovering things together and I realized that we needed a structured time when both of us were available and mindful. I have called our special time together “The Morning Basket”, “Le Panier du Matin” in French.Read More
It’s a special time for our family. We are enjoying our days as a family of three and at the same time intentionally preparing for the arrival of a new baby. Things will probably change a lot in the next weeks and I am already reflecting on our Winter Rhythm.Read More
Each morning my daughter gets herself ready for the day and in the evening she prepares herself to go to bed. I was pretty sure that my daughter new what’s the next but I have realized that she would easily get distracted by other things.
As our wheal of time with the weekly rhythm worked so well, I have decided to put our daily rituals into simple and illustrated charts.Read More
We are now at ease in our Autumn Rhythm. After alternating unstructured, free periods of time when we only went with the flow and others, structured by Waldorf-inspired rhythm, I know that both styles can work for us. Right now what suits us best is a slow, flexible but anchored Autumn Rhythm.Read More
My daughter dropped her afternoon nap when she was about to and half years old and on one hand it was good news because she went to bed earlier and slept better, and so did we. But I missed the peaceful time I had in the afternoon, a precious time for myselfRead More