I believe New Mom’s function in a place of legal insanity, this page is to help you through the long day, the longer nights and back into the long days again.
Meadowbrook Waldorf School offers Parent-Toddler programs throughout the school year for children from birth through preschool (3-4 years). These programs are offered weekly for two hours and facilitated by Waldorf–trained teachers.
For the children, this is a time for play, exploration, and socialization, while the parent or caregiver enjoys the support and company of other parents.
Parents engage in home-like activities or make simple crafts while their children help them or play near-by. Children play with simple, natural toys and materials and are guided through the morning by the gentle rhythm of circle time, creative play, snack and story time.
There is also the opportunity to discuss child development, parent issues and Waldorf Education with an experienced Waldorf parent and teacher. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
• Every child has the right to a clean, dry bottom.
• Our community is obligated to provide the bare necessities to all kids in need.
• All people should be treated with respect, dignity, compassion and integrity.
I believe all women experience Postpartum and for a much longer period than our social surroundings generally accept of discuss. I think Postpartum can be a subtle experience that lingers and can effect everything we do as a mom and a woman fo a long time and I wish someone had talked to me about this so I am putting the international support page here for those who feel the same way I do/did.
Open Circle is a holistic wellness center for you during your pregnancy, birth and child’s early years (0-4). Every parent deserves support and community during these major life transitions. At Open Circle we trust that you want what is best for your family. We believe that access to education, different types of care and advocacy will help you make the best choices to support your unique family.
We welcome families from all backgrounds, cultures, traditions and sexual + gender orientations. Our wellness services and class costs are based on your family’s income. This allows you to participate even when insurance won’t cover the fees. We respect each family’s background and financial situation, and know that every family enriches the Open Circle community in a different way. Learn more about our mission, our focus on community building and inclusion.
The Buy Nothing Project began when two friends, Rebecca Rockefeller and Liesl Clark, created an experimental hyper-local gift economy on Bainbridge Island, WA, in July, 2013. Since then, it has become a worldwide social movement, with groups in 30 nations. Local groups form gift economies that are complementary and parallel to local cash economies; whether people join because they’d like to quickly get rid of things that are cluttering their lives, or simply to save money by getting things for free, they quickly discover that our groups are not just another free recycling platform. A gift economy’s real wealth is the people involved and the web of connections that forms to support them. Time and again, members of our groups find themselves spending more and more time interacting in our groups, finding new ways to give back to the community that has brought humor, entertainment, and yes, free stuff into their lives. The Buy Nothing Project is about setting the scarcity model of our cash economy aside in favor of creatively and collaboratively sharing the abundance around us.