Archive for 'Parenting'
On Seeing Children as “Cute”
We should try to get out of the habit of seeing little children as cute. By this I mean that we should try to be more aware of what it is in children to which we [...]
ADD Makes Me MAD
The Great A.D.D. Hoax by David Keirsey The reason I speak of a hoax in the case of “attention deficit disorder” is that there is no such “mental disorder” to “diagnose” and “treat.” And the reason [...]
Connecting Young and Old
Ask Kytka Archives: January 14, 2003 Reaching Out: Making connections with the elderly, lonely and handicapped… How do you incorporate elderly people into your lives/curriculum? We have “adopted” my ex-friends parents ages 78 and 66. We visit [...]
Discipline In Light of Defiance
Ask Kytka Archives: April 12, 2002 Q. “I need advice on how to handle complete defiance…for example, my 4 yr. old just looks at me and says, “No.” with a grin on his face when I ask [...]
Meet Me At The Clothesline: An Invitation
For a very long time my partner in the Waldorf Community Exchange Journal, Anya and I discussed “meeting at the clothesline” and using this as a metaphor for building community with like minded mothers. Sadly, we [...]
The Little Hobgoblin: A Halloween Story
Perfect Halloween story for my little one! Thank you!
I landed here on my quest for direction in the education of our 3-year
Having the Faith to Let Go!
I just love it. full of humour, and your reason for home schooling bei
Making a Painting Board for Wet-on-Wet Painting
This looks great, but just a thought is it easy to find Masonite wood
Five Reasons to Stop Saying "Good Job!"
I am a parent of Waldorf educated children and I found your post Inter