Waldorf In The Home

Friday, December 3, 2010

Blooming Indoors

Our First Paperwhites! This process was very magical for the little ones. The tiny  browns discs that turns into dirt, water that disappears, kissing the bulbs goodnight and finding them a warm, dark spot in our closet, bringing them out to a sunny spot in the window to the very first beautiful bloom. 
 
“May my soul bloom in love for all existence.” ~Rudolf Steiner

  Namaste!

6 comments:

  1. Beautiful photographs and a wonderful activity to share with your beautiful children x

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  2. i love paperwhites! i hope i can find some here on our island. i also love how they look in your home against the delicate lace curtains and with your little felted gnome that lives under them.

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  3. Wonder and magic and love. cheers Marie

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  4. These are so beautiful! A little bit of springtime in the midst of winter really does lift the spirit. Aren't bulbs magical?

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  5. planting is such a magical way for children to learn about nurturing, caring, tending, and loving the natural world and what it offers us as human beings.... lovely, lovely, lovely....
    peace and light to you.....

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Namaste!