Thursday, December 1, 2011

The ROTH winter edition.

My favorite edition of Rhythm of the Home comes out today. The winter edition is FULL of beautiful and creative ideas for celebrating the cold dark days of winter. And if you click on the Connection tab, you will find an article I've written "Experiencing Grief with Children"

4 comments:

  1. I love Rythum of the home:) Thanks for the reminder.

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  2. I just wanted to say your article made me cry. We lost a baby at the end of the first trimester earlier this year and we are all still grieving, each in our own way. My children have said exactly the same thing as your daughter. Your article seems like a very healthy way to process it all. Thank you for sharing it. Thinking of you and your continued healing. Nicola

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  3. Your header is beautiful. I look forward to looking at rhythum of the home and your article.
    In answer to your daughters question, generally people in australia decorate as though its winter which ive for quite some time found a bit strange. The shops are full of everything snow man, reindeer etc. Im slowly making my own traditions but realy im not quite sure how to answer just now, it might take me a few more years to figure out completely:) I posted earlier this evening about a few summery decorations weve put together and will probably add a few more over the next week

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  4. Hi, Ive still been thinking about what means christmas here in Australia and some thing I thought of is cherries. As soon as I see cherries for sale I know christmas is near. They are quite expensive so people often wait and buy them as a Christmas treat. Our Christmas day foods are probably quite different to yours, lots of people have barbeque or cold ham, chicken and prawns with salads. Lots of families spend christmas at the beach or by the river so they can cool down with a swim and play beach cricket

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