Yet Another Reason I Love C-Man's School.

June 9, 2009

Check out how Waldorf does Father's Day gifts. The kids all gave Daddy a little muslin wrapped package (with handprints).

And inside was a little jelly jar full of butter they hand-churned. I don't know about B, but I am the biggest sucker for these sorts of things.

8 comments:

  1. Dang, that's sooooo cute. What a great school. And, for the record, I think hand-churned butter should be a gift way more often!

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  2. I heard from JJH that he got to help the Sweet Pea kids churn butter today out on the yard and couldn't believe how great that was! How fun that it was a present for the Dads.

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  3. Love it! It makes me want to to do some butter churnin myself :)

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  4. How adorable, his school sounds wonderful. I am a bit familiar with it through friends of ours in Ca. Its a great school and affordable, which is very hard to find!!

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  5. How lovely! We are moving soon (BIG, transatlantic move...) and I wish there were a Waldorf school where we go. But the closest is really too far. How nice would it be to know that your son's schoolmates do not watch tv either?? I guess you can't have everything...

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  6. that is the sweetest! diego came home the other day with a handmade gigantic flowers shaped clay necklace on a ribbon. There was laughter, smiles and tears of joy. I promise if I had to choose I would trade it for my engagement ring. these are life's best moments! loving the butter!

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  7. That sounds great. I am so loving the handprints. Do you know what you'll be doing with the muslin cloth once your husband opens his gift? I would be tempted to frame it or somehow save it, but I save waaaay too much as is. I'm fascinated by Waldorf. I have my nearly four-year-old in a Reggio Emilia-inspired school and I really like that, but I never looked into Waldorf.

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  8. Oh my... so cute. What a GREAT idea.

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