Thursday, February 3, 2011


At my cousin's house for a birthday for some of the girls, Liam got to play with their Learning Tower.

I have been trying to figure out how to have such a thing in our own house. I would buy one, but I just do not have the money for it.  Liam really liked standing use it, and I think that it would be great as he got a little older.

The other day he wanted to look out the window. I moved his bouncer and put him in front of the window and opened the storm window part so he had more of an edge to hold onto. He was just about 5 inches too short to get the view he wanted.

I wonder how hard it would be to build a learning tower.

I find that as he grows I keep wanting more for him. I stare longingly at Slides and Pools for when summer comes, Pool toys for the day we first go to the swimming pool at the community center... 

We have a saving jar for these things... a few dollars here and there.

Oh, and I should be having a job doing some child care soon! So I can use some of that money to get him all those fun toys that somehow I think he wants. I just know that it would be so much fun to see him play in all those neat toys!


  1. I'll check at Once Upon a Child and see if they have a Learning Tower. I can't buy a new one, but if we can find a used one for a decent price, in good condition, I'll get it and send it to you.


  2. I'm bidding on one on ebay. The auction is open for 6 more days. Cross your fingers!


  3. Darn it, I got outbit. It was going to be almost as expensive as a new one, with no guarantee about what kind of shape it was in. Sorry!

  4. Awwww! thanks for trying even! that means a lot to me.

    I am sure we can find a way to build something similar. That would be nice. or maybe something else will come along that we will like. in the end, he does not NEED anything like this. I just thought it would be fun.


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