Thursday, September 30, 2010

Baby love, my baby love....

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Please visit The Magic Onions for my post on newborn parenting, The Waldorf Baby....
Writing this essay was a lovely experience for me...mostly, it made me feel grateful that I have "Discovered Waldorf" so early on in my son's life...
In other news, we have decided to work on growing our little family even more.....I am so enamored by the thought of another baby. The little wool and silk infant pilot's cap seems to beckon me from a shelf in W's room.....I pick it up and smell it often; getting lost in the soft scent...Time will surely tell, but we are ready and trying!
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27 comments:

  1. What beautiful photos. You have a lovely family; congrats on deciding to share your family love with another little one. I'll be sure to pop over to MO. Peace, Angela

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  2. I have just read your essay which was posted on the Magic Onions and it was such a joy to read, it brought back such precious memories. You have such a wonderful a family and beautiful peace surrounds your words, I hope all goes well for you and your family as you are growing your family a little more.

    Have a wonderful day filled happiness and joy. xxx

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  3. Oh congratulations! I only wish I had known as much when I was so young - you and your son are blessed.

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  4. That is exciting news. I hope you are blessed with another baby soon! I enjoyed your beautiful writing over at The Magic Onions...well said.

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  5. Good luck on another baby! Hope it comes soon!

    We have two now, and they are already best friends :)

    Your essay was lovely! very worth reading.

    I'm off looking at the rest of this blog now!

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  6. What a beautiful post you wrote. Thank you...I am now off to sleep with my baby in bed. I am glad I did those things second time round. It passes so fast the first year. Good luck with your second!
    Blessings x

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  7. What a lovely article. Congrats!

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  8. Thank you so much for sharing your family with us... you have touched so many with your words. And, sooooo excited for you in having decided to grow your family. I'll 'watch this space' for sure :-D
    Special blessings and magic to you,
    Donni

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  9. Lovely post, dear friend. Hopefully we will embark on the journey of #2 together!!

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  10. Oh! Dear Rebecca, what exciting news! I loved having my children close together (well 2 of them are close in age)and they are best friends! I am still breastfeeding my baby, and that tends to really slow down my fertility, but we are hoping that we'll get pregnant soon as well.

    I thought your post over at Magic Onions was very insightful... it's wonderful that you have learned so much so early on in your motherhood. It took some of us a while (and a child or two) to bring a natural way of life to our family!ahem.

    Here's to hoping we hear exciting news from your family soon!!!
    ~Rachel

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  11. Yay!! Sending baby dust your way!!!
    I, too, feel blessed for finding Waldorf so early on. My oldest was about 5 months old when I discovered it but the funny thing was that we were pretty much already living it <3 Fate, I tell ya! <3

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  12. Thank you so much for your sweet comments at my space/blog. I'm so happy to have found your lovely blog! Wishing you the best with growing your beautiful family... what a magical time for you!

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  13. Your essay was beautiful and well written! Thanks so much..and best of wishes with your upcoming baby growing inside your womb.

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  14. Oh, a sweet time for you and your family. I am so happy to have discovered Waldorf as a teacher before I met my husband. Steiner's philosophies have been an inspiration and a wealth of information for me. Your article on the other blog is terrific! One thing I really learned with my second child was to follow her cues on sitting up. I let her be in the horizontal position until she could pretty much hold herself up in the sitting position. I think Karl Konig wrote about this. Anyhow, a well done article. I wish you so much health and happiness as you embark on this second journey. May peace be with your family!
    xo Jules

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  15. Such a lovely article... We have also discovered Steiner/ Waldorf early on - our daughter is 6 months - and we feel so blessed to be able to give her a magical childhood. Fingers crossed for your second little angel.

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  16. Such a beautiful post, thank you:)

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  17. I really enjoyed your article on the waldorf baby over at The Magic Onions and your blog is lovely.

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  19. Loved your post over at Magic Onions. So excited that you've decided to try for a second sweet one. My little Cami was about W's age when got pregnant with our second as well. I love their age separation.

    You have such a beautiful family.

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  20. blessings and best of luck to you my dear !x

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  21. Lovely article, Rebecca! Good luck on your growing little family- any baby born into yours is a lucky little one!
    Hugs

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  22. Best of luck Rebecca!...Have fun trying :-0

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  23. You have a beautiful family! Hope you have many more blessings in your future :)

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  24. Beautiful article, Bending Birches. And best wishes for a new visitor coming down the rainbow bridge! :)

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  25. ever since i read your article over at magic onions, i have found myself with baby fever! especially as my little one goes into her second year and i find myself missing her early babyhood. and now this post! stop it or i will be filling our home with babies! ;) wonderful article, thanks sweet mama.

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  26. OOOOOHHHHH Girl, have fun tryin'!!! I love being pregnant and having little Waldorf babies!! Those caps, they get me going too every time I see one!! Good luck to ya hun!

    ~Samantha

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