Friday, January 25, 2008

Learning Tower


Having never heard of or seen this before visiting Katherine, I now want one! Although, I won't pay close to $200 for one. Thank God Paul is willing and capable!

7 comments:

PaulaB52 said...

That would have been more useful to me when my kids were younger. Seemed like every time we would cook or bake, one of them would fall off the chair LOL.

Your birthday daughter is lovely. She sorta looks like Leelee Sorbinski.

Sarah Faith said...

I thought about wanting one for a second, but then realized that I really would need 2 b/c my 4 kids are all roughly the same size. Ha ha.

Laura The Crazy Mama said...

HA! That "learning tower" would quickly become the "climbing tower" and, in my teeny kitchen, I already have a hard enough time shooing little people out and scraping them off of my legs enough to cook for all of them! My dream is to have a kitchen big enough for all of them to help me, but as it is now, they only make me feel claustrophobic!

Shelly said...

yeah, I can see all the littles fighting over it! Plus, really, where would i keep it...? It's pretty lg. i still like the idea.

Shelly said...

oh, and Sorbinski is lost on me?? I'm in my own little hole here...don't get out much.

Shelly said...

Thanks Megan - for researching the Sorbinski chick. She's a young Helen Hunt to me. We have Joan of Arc, too [the movie which she's in...Leelee, that is, not Helen Hunt!]

Katherine T. Lauer said...

I just ordered a Learning Tower! Our kitchen is big enough to accommodate it and I think it will revolutionize my life: every time I cook or wash dishes, all throughout each day! My Nanna sent me a generous birthday check which I received today and I promptly decided I wanted to spend it on a Learning Tower. :D