Inspiration and Resources to help you shape a daily rhythm at home with children

Now more than ever I am craving a natural, gentle flow that takes us through until bedtime. We all need the predictability and consistency so that we are not falling over each other trying to get through a myriad of tasks. I need the calm that comes from having some semblance of rhythm. It’s notContinue reading “Inspiration and Resources to help you shape a daily rhythm at home with children”

Stay Home: 10 Screen time suggestions for younger toddlers during Isolation/quarantine

Usually my 18 month old doesn’t get a lot of screen time, she will occasionally watch something with her older sister on a weekend morning because 5.30am is an ungodly hour, but she usually misses out on afternoon screen time because she’s napping. However, we are finally transitioning to one nap and in light ofContinue reading “Stay Home: 10 Screen time suggestions for younger toddlers during Isolation/quarantine”

A Waldorf-inspired daily rhythm for days at home

Over a year and a half ago I wrote a post about our daily rhythm. Althea was 18 months old and my only one. I would have been pregnant at the time with Ottilie and so I remember our days being slow and simple with lots of time spent at home as we navigated napContinue reading “A Waldorf-inspired daily rhythm for days at home”

Stay Home: Starting a ‘Morning Time’ routine with young children during isolation

I expect many of us are searching for a little structure to our days at home right now. Our children, especially, will be craving the predictability that their weekdays ,usually comprised of school, nursery or groups and playdates, bring. Mornings that used to involve the simple act of getting up and getting out of theContinue reading “Stay Home: Starting a ‘Morning Time’ routine with young children during isolation”