So here's what we're doing now. I love the handcraft aspect of Waldorf, so we will keep that. I love Life of Fred for math and so does my son. We just started a new program called All About Reading. I like that there is very little planning involved. I can open the book and go. Same with Fred. As a parent who attends college full time, this is very important to everyone's sanity.
So where does that leave the rest of the subjects? We have taken to using our Waldorf curriculum as an enrichment for stories with a moral undertone. This also covers social studies. Science is a subject that I know I need no texts for. My kids are naturally interested in it and constantly are asking for information. So I suppose we unschool for science. History we are at a fun age where we can explore local museums and resources for history. In addition we love the Liberty Kids, and various books we check out from the library for filler.
As I get more comfortable in my skin with the homeschooling, now about a year and a half in, I feel less and less need for a formal curriculum and teaching method. I like the free form ability to follow the interests of the kids and allow them to learn as they explore the world around them. This suits me and the kids. The freedom is especially vital while working with kids with ADHD. The ability to use their hyper-focusing on topics that interest them is priceless.