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For children dolls can represent many different experiences in life, from scared or happy to Mother or Father. They can be an opportunity to safely explore many parts of the world that surround them, inside and out. Our dolls are made from natural materials (cotton & wool) and so they are soft like us.
Saturday 31st August (tomorrow) will see The Honeyclock going MOBILE, even with our shop still open from 9 – 1.30 as usual. Come down and visit us to see a selection of art & craft supplies, Lyra & Stockmar goodies, beautiful children’s picture books as well as other delightfully unique treasures. There will be other wonderful stalls at the Perth Waldorf School Open Day and amazing classrooms to visits and enjoy… and remember to send us sunshine and blue skies
We have been restocking our shelves since Christmas and most of our new stock has arrived – here’s a glimpse for you
How do you celebrate Christmas in your family? When you become parents, you get an opportunity to think about this in a different way. What traditions from your own childhood do you carry forward? Are there things you want to do differently? It dawns on you that you are creating your children’s memories – and the urge to make Christmas special and meaningful burns brightly.
Getting together with family – sharing food and gifts and time together – feature in most people’s picture. Can we call this ‘honey time’? Time that is sweet and fluid and oh so nourishing.
But it’s not all sweetness and light, is it? It can turn out to be a very stressful time of the year. Getting together with family often opens old wounds and there are so many things happening at this time of year that it can get a bit much: the school year finishes, summer holidays need to be prepared for, office parties, neighbourhood gatherings, Christmas cards to send, baking and gift buying… It can be a time of contradictions.
Here at The Honeyclock, we wish for you some sweet honey time. Relaxed, stress-free, uncomplicated. Some time to connect with your dear ones and nourish yourself. We wish for you a lovely break!
And, if you’re still not quite ready for Christmas or stocked up on your Dr Hauschka or cleaning needs for the three weeks we will be closed, pop in to The Honeyclock this week and see us! Our latest newsletter gives you a brief overview of our shop and some of what we have to offer you this Christmas…
We asked local artists to help us fill the store with birds for the beginning of Spring; we have contributions from Pauline Franklyn, Nicole Lawrence, ‘Little Bits’, Sharon Clifford, Christine Scuderi and Sara Hemphill. Thank you lovely ladies, our shop feels wonderful and as they fly out the door to wonderful homes we have enjoyed having them nest with us…..