Waldorf blogs

This morning as I clicked through my blogroll I read a review of a book about curative education in the Waldorf movement written by Carrie at The Parenting Passageway that I really wanted to share with you here. It made me think that it would be great to post a list of Waldorf blogs. I love reading about the real experiences of Waldorf families out there — it’s inspiring on so many levels. Here’s a beginning list. Comment with the blogs you read most so they’ll be added to the list!

The Parenting Passageway

Frontier Dreams

Little Acorn Learning

Waldorf Mama

A Little Garden Flower

Our Day Our Journey

Our Little Nature Nest

Here We Are Together


Rhythm of the Home

Are So Happy

Bluebird Baby

SouleMama (technically she’s an unschooler, but very inspiring)

Any others? Post them in comments!


  1. Just found your blog via Carrie and look forward to reading more.

  2. We are just getting started on our Waldorf journey. Our little one is not quite two. I have been very inspired by several of the blogs you listed (many were already on our favourites list) as we have been developing a rhythm in our home. Thank you for compiling the list!


  3. Penny in VT says:

    Here are two not-to-be-missed Waldorf blogs:



    Thanks for the list!

  4. Thanks, Penny! I’m on my way to check them out now!

  5. Thank you for including me in this list. I am humbled to be on a list with so many people I admire. I have 2 that I really think do an incredible job at blogging their Waldorf homeschool experiences.

    http://ancienthearth2.blogspot.com – Jen D. is incredible, and has so much to share, especially since her girls are in class 1.

    http://syrendell.blogspot.com- Jennifer Tan always posts such lovely pictures. Pictures really do say 1000 words.

    BTW, I think your blog is a fantastic idea, and very much needed in this niche.


  6. Thanks for a great list! I’m so happy to have found your site and this list of blogs to visit:)

    I wanted to recommend a new handwork video blog:
    It has great needle felting video tutorials.

    A Waldorf-inspired homeschooling with lots of pictures of crafts and natural living.

    Thank you,

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