Discovering Waldorf :: The Joys of a Waldorf Autumn

The Joys of Autumn - Discovering Waldorf ~ www.theMagicOnions.comAt the beginning of Autumn each year, I often go back to this beautiful guest article by Marueen from Twig and Toadstool, on the joys of celebrating Autumn. I know I say this at the beginning of each new season but I really think Autumn is my favorite!



There is no other season like Autumn. As a parent I treasure Autumn as a season of change. The days are gradually getting shorter, the air is cooler, the garden is winding down, and we’re getting back into the rhythm of our daily lives. For our children, Autumn is simply magic. Where I live the trees change colour, there is food to gather, the sweaters and hats come out, homelearning begins anew, and there is the anticipation of many a celebration in the months ahead. There is something palpable in the air.

Come September I start slowly bringing Autumn in. Usually the first thing I do is change our… (CONTINUE READING…)


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Discovering Waldorf is a weekly series of articles written by ‘everyday’ Waldorf families. The contributors to this series share their ‘real-life’ insights and inspirations on all kinds of Waldorf topics. This series is not meant to be Waldorf philosophy in its purest form, but rather a snapshot of how we can all incorporate Waldorf ideas into our lives to help nurture and encourage the magic that is in our children. If you have a topic you wish to learn more about (or want to share) on Discovering Waldorf, send me an email at

Blessings and magic,



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