superdumb supervillain: Giveaway! The Learning Tower

Saturday, September 01, 2007

Giveaway! The Learning Tower

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***Entries will be accepted through September 30.***

PLEASE LEAVE YOUR EMAIL WITH YOUR COMMENTS IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A BLOG OR IF YOUR BLOG IS PRIVATE/RESTRICTED!!!
Otherwise, I won't be able to reach you if you win.



Welcome to my very first giveaway! It's a really good one, too, be sure to tell all your friends and please feel free to link to it if you have a blog.

Hey, I just noticed that this giveaway also coincides with my 100th blog post! High-fives all around…


The Learning Tower is a sturdy platform that allows children to not only observe but participate in counter-height adult activities like cooking or washing dishes. It's literally a step up from traditional stools which can slip or tilt when an active child is using them. The Learning Tower can be adjusted to four different heights as your child grows and is recommended for ages 18 months through 6 years. It can be used as a stepstool, a desk, a playhouse– whatever a child can imagine! Two kids can even work together safely on The Learning Tower– it is rated to hold up to 500 lbs!


Add the optional Playhouse Kit to give your child even more ways to play with The Learning Tower. This new accessory set comes with four themed signs, bright red curtains, and a roof attachment:



Suggested retail value of The Learning Tower is $169.95 and $32.95 for the additional Playhouse Kit, but Carol Gamble of Little Partners, its creator, has graciously agreed to send a complete set to one of my lucky readers! Wow! Wouldn't this make the perfect present for your little one?

To enter (US readers only due to shipping costs, sorry), just leave a comment on this post telling me where Carol Gamble resides and, for fun, how your kid would use The Learning Tower.

Entries will be accepted throughout the month of September, with the winner to be announced the first week of October, just in time for the onset of holiday baking… If you have a blog, it would be great if you could link back to this post or grab the logo to share the contest with your readers. (If you want to give them a chance to win, that is.) If you don't have a blog, make sure to leave your email so I can get in touch with you if you are the lucky winner.

I wish I was was eligible to win! Roo would LOVE The Learning Tower.

***Check out my other contest: Win a nursing nightgown by Boob!
Enter by midnight, October 5th!***

100 comments:

  1. So cool.

    I visited the site, says the generous Ms. Gamble lives in Shreveport. I'll definitely pass the word. It looks like and incredible product. Living with a climbing 15 month old and a let-me-help 3 year old, I know it'd get its share of loving wear and tear here.
    ;)

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  2. Hey :) It looks like Carol lives in Shreveport. I will try to link to this! I have never entered a blog contest before - good luck to me!

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  3. I had fun checking out all of the different ways the Learning Tower could be used... Wow!
    I posted about your contest and must say that, with six little ones (all six and under) the Learning Tower would see lots of FUN in our house!!
    Oh, and Carol lives in Shreveport.

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  4. Oh wow!! I would love to win this!!!

    Ms. Gamble is a resident of Shreveport and a native of Louisiana.


    Being a Mom of seven children, six under the age of 9, I'm sure one of them will have fun with this.... I know more than one of them would though. They'd be playing store, lemonade stand, and whatever else they could think up. Plus I know the two younger girls would enjoy using it in the kitchen as a stool to stand on to help me cook, bake, etc.

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  5. Carol is a resident of Shreveport and a native of Louisiana! I am so excited about the Learning Tower, because my 21 month old daughter insists on standing next to me or my husband while we wash dishes every night, and "help" us. She drags a kitchen chair over to the sink by herself and climbs up on it! But then she splashes the water from the sink all over herself and the chair, and once she slipped off and I caught her as she was going head-first onto the kitchen floor.

    So as you can see, I need the Learning Tower so my daughter can safely help do dishes! Plus, her favorite activity at the public library is the puppet theater they have to play with, so she would have a blast using the Playhouse kit to turn it into a puppet theater!

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  6. She lives in Shreveport...
    I would use this when we cook. My little guys are always pushing up chairs to help make meatloaf!

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  7. What a great idea! I'm sure my one year old would LOVE something like this! He would definitely use it to peek through!! He loves peek-a-boo right now. And it would be so nice for him in a few months when he would be able to stand and watch me wash dishes or do other things up high!!

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  8. This is the coolest thing ever! My daughter would love to build fortresses with this thing. I would love for her to have something safe to climb on for using the sink, etc.

    According to the website, Ms. Gamble lives in Shreveport.

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  9. That learning tower is so cool! Am loving your blog. I think I NEED one of those!

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  10. It looks like Carol lives in Shreveport.

    I think my boys would use the learning tower in the kitchen alot while washing dishes (they love to watch me!) I also think they could use it as a puppet theater!

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  11. Carol lives in Shreveport, Louisiana.

    This would be great in our kitchen. The 3 year old loves to cook and wash dishes. This would also be great as a house for the girls. We have just discovered making blanket forts. This would be a great base for that.

    I have always wanted one of these. How generous of Carol Gamble to give one of these away.

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  12. Carol lives in Shreveport, LA. We would love to win the Learning Tower. Our daughter Greta could use it to help us prepare many of the classic New Orleans dishes we love to eat. It looks like a really fun and useful invention.
    Heidi - hford@efn.org

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  13. carol (grams-kelley)September 01, 2007 10:26 PM

    Carol Gamble lives in Shreveport, Louisiana

    This would be great for my granddaughters. I would be the best grandma if I had one of these for the granddaughters to help me cook. We could also play other games with it.

    grams-kelley at sbcglobal dot net

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  14. Shreveport, LA-this is an awesome giveaway! How generous! I would definitely use this to let my son watch me cook and help stir-he is currently "helping" while standing on a flimsy IKEA chair and it makes me nervous!!

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  15. I would love to win this!! I could give it to my brothers and sisters they would love it. I could also put it in my hope chest for my own children in future.Enter me PLease!!! Thanks!!

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  16. This is a fantastic giveaway!! WOW!

    My answer- Carol resides in Shreveport, LA and Gray would use the Learning Tower to play in the sink and help me with the dishes... I just know it!!

    I've linked it up on my contest page here!!

    Steph

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  17. Carol resides in Shreveport!!
    I am a stay at home Waldorf inspired mom. I would use the tower in my living room and cover it with a beautiful rainbow silk to make a little house for my girls.
    We don't have alot of money so this would be amazing!!
    Thanks for the giveaway
    Alyson
    ahunsick@yahoo.ca

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  18. Carol lives in Sreveport, LA

    My granddaughters and I would use it like a car. We would drive all over the place and then probably use it as a bed for the baby dolls. Of course we would use it in the kitchen also.

    kelley_circus [at] sbcglobal [dot]net

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  19. She lives in Shreveport, and a native of Louisiana. I would love to teach my little guy all the joys of cooking!

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  20. Carol lives in Shreveport. I would love to have a Learning Tower so my daughter could safely help me cook and bake.

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  21. weird...i entered and my comment never posted...oh well. carol is from shreveport, LA.

    if i won this, i would use it to let my son watch me cook. right now, he cries to be picked up to "watch". of course, i am scared to death he'll get burned if i do this.

    this contest rocks! :)

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  22. My friend has one of those and they have so much fun with her children, and I have always wanted to get one for my kids too!

    My daughter's biggest idol is Rachael Ray, and she loves to cook and her dream is to have her own cooking show on TV someday, just like Rachael!

    I would LOVE to win this, I know it would be in daily use in our kitchen!! We eat at home every night, and my kids like to make their own recipes - this truly would be perfect for us!!

    And.. Carol lives in Shreveport, LA.

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  23. Carol lives in Shreveport, LA. My daughter has always wanted to sell lemonade. We would probably use it is a lemonade stand!

    localgirl133[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  24. I bet this would make a great work station so my daughters could watch/learn how to fix a car with me.

    Carol lives in Shreveport,LA.

    redneckscrappin at hotmail dot com

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  25. Carol lives in Shreveport, LA. Here's my post on my bloggy about this awesome give-away!! This would be awesome to have in the kitchen to have some 'extra' help! :) The Playhouse kit reminds me of when I was in Kindergarten and they had this type of thing set up in class and I would put on an apron, 'cook', (LOL) play dress up, etc. It was just a lot of fun!! Memories...:)

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  26. Carol is a resident of Shreveport and a native of Louisiana.

    My 4 year old would love having a Learning Tower in the kitchen... then she wouldn't have to pull all the bottom drawers out to stand on!

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  27. Carol lives in Shreveport, LA.
    If I had one my kids would definately make forts out of it, but I would intend for it to be used to help me do chores, like washing dishes, and to help with cooking.
    I blogged about it, too. I will also report it in my Contest Frenzy column on momsblogging.com on Thursday.

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  28. Carol lives in Shreveport, LA. I've never been. This would be fabulous for my house. Please randomly select me.

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  29. Carol is a resident of Shreveport LA.

    I have been eyeing this for awhile in ads. I have four wee ones - I imagine the 7 year old using it for make beleieve play witht eh five year old, the 2.5 year old using it for a boost up to help mama and the 3 week old - well she will have to grow into it ;)

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  30. Carol lives in Shreveport LA

    My two girls would mainly use it to cook, they fight over the stool now, and it would also become a fort, doctors office (they are really into playing DR right now) and castle

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  31. This would be perfect for my nieces and nephews who always want to help out in the kitchen!

    lucycontest at gmail dot com

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  32. carol is from shreveport. the tower would be great for my kids. they always are pulling over the big stools to help me cook.

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  33. "Carol Gamble is president and chief executive officer of Little Partners, Inc. She is a resident of Shreveport and a native of Louisiana"

    I am actually planning on buying one of these for my kids (if I don't win this one that is) because my son loves to pull a chair up to the counter when I am making dinner and "help" out.

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  34. I love this! What a great idea! My kids would have a blast with it as a playhouse, and my little 2 year old loves to "help" in the kitchen...so it would be super handy. Carol Gamble, isresident of Shreveport and a native of Louisiana. I got that from the Little Partners website...thanks! I posted you, too!

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  35. Carol Gamble lives in Shreveport!

    We actually have a learning tower and love love love it! I would love to give this one to my neice!

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  36. Carol lives in Shreveport! The playhouse addition looks like so much fun!

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  37. oops, I forgot to mention where Carol lives. I just got so excited about winning this great thing.

    Anyways, she lives in Shreveport, LA. I feel like I have seen this for sale in the SkyMall catalog.

    lucycontest at gmail dot com

    Thanks for having this contest.

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  38. WoW! The Learning Tower is an incredible product! My little guy is only 13 months and I already have a hard time getting much accomplished because he is so curious about everything that I am doing and wants to watch! This tower would be the perfect solution-he could stand up and safely watch me cook dinner or wash the dishes and I could actually accomplish something while he is entertained! Carol is from Shreveport, LA! Thanks so much! I don't have a blog but my e-mail is lizzy_142@hotmail.com

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  39. Ms. Gamble is a resident of Shreveport and a native of Louisiana.

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  40. 1. Shreveport
    2. My daughter would no doubt use this to help me make our breakfast smoothies every morning instead of having to climb upo the cabinets to sit on the counter, LOL.

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  41. Carol is from Shreveport. I could absolutely use this for my 22 month old son. He is a climber and now that I have a newborn I need more arms and legs than I have! This would help me be able to cook and get things done so that I can involve him. Thanks!

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  42. Carol the very nice is from Shreveport. This would be amazing for our 14 month old - he still isn't quite walking, but it doesn't stop him from climbing everywhere - a fun and very useful addition to our house.

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  43. What a great invention! I love it and think I need it.

    Carol resides in Shreveport and I would probably have my daughter use this in the kitchen (instead of wearing her in the sling all the time!).

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  44. She lives in Shreveport LA!
    My daughter likes to help cook, so we'd love this for her!

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  45. Carol lives in Shreveport. Oh let me count the ways my daughter would use this wonderful invention....probably to help me in the kitchen. This item would be a much welcome addition to our house, we could put away the kiddy potty which we use as a stool in the kitchen! Yuck!

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  46. She lives in Shreveport.
    I have a 5yo and this would work great for the times she wants to help me in the kitchen, either cooking or baking. I also have a 9mo who would make great use of it in a year or so.

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  47. Ms. Gamble resides in Shreveport.
    My son loves to help with the cooking and yes, even the cleaning (washing dishes) and this is a better place for him to stand than a chair. Plus I love the possibilities of the playhouse kit. I love multi-functional items!

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  48. Carol lives in Shreveport. What an amazing contest, my daughter would so love this item. She is always trying to climb on chairs to see things & I always get so worried. Great idea!

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  49. Carol lives in Shreveport, and my daughter's not quite old enough for this yet, but I would put it away for her and imagine her using it to play lemonade stand. :)

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  50. VERY cool giveaway! Carol lives in Shreveport.
    I've never won a giveaway but would LOVE to win this because I have 3 crazy kiddos- all 3 could really use it for very different reasons. I think it would be perfect for my middle child who loves to cook with me (she's 5 1/2).
    Thanks!

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  51. Carol Gamble resides in Shreveport, LA. My baby is still a bit young but it would be fun for him to play or just be beside mommy while she does her wifely/motherly household duties! : )
    I'm posting a link on my blog. Great giveaway.
    jasonncaryn [at] yahoo.com

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  52. Carol's in Shreveport, Louisiana. I hope I win this. This will help ease the backache I'm never without as I always have to carry my kid who wants to see everything I'm doing above his eye-level.

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  53. Ms. Carol lives in Shreveport and is native Louisiana gal. :)

    My youngest would use this instead of dragging chairs around to help me out with cooking and baking. He'd probably also use the accessory set nonstop for pretend play.

    What a really great invention!

    jocoiner[at]gmail[dot]com

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  54. This is so unique and SO needed! My youngest one fell from a chair once trying to reach the cups in the cabinet.

    So, let's see....Carol Gamble lives in Shreveport and is a native of Louisiana.

    And I would use this to protect my little one from falling when reaching those cups, lol! And for helping with cooking...she's always trying to see what I'm doing.

    Thanks for linking to my contest. I'll be linking to you as soon as I get into Blogger again.

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  55. I've been spending the evening researching the Learning Tower and came across this blog. It seems like such a wonderful product! My son always has to be right with me when I'm doing anything. I have not found a good solution in the kitchen. He's such an active little monkey! This seems like the perfect thing! I know my son (22 months) would love it- and before we know it his 8 month old sister will be joining him. Thanks for doing the giveaway!
    Oh, and Carol Gamble resides in Shreveport, Louisiana. ddawe1@comcast.net

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  56. I'm so glad I found this!

    Carol Gamble lives in Shreveport, LA.

    My youngest daughter is always wanting to watch and help me cook--the learning tower would be perfect for her. I'd love to have such a safe place for her to stand and work on things in the kitchen with me. I'm sure she'd find many ways to use it for playtime as well.

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  57. Carol lives in Shreveport, LA! I am so excited about this giveaway! Good luck to all and hopes of winning!

    babycheeks19 at aol dot com

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  58. she lives in shreveport! my little one is fascinated by the process of making dinner - but she gets into the garbage can, dishwasher, etc... and i'm worried about her touching the stove and oven - this would put her on a level to see what's going on, but would contain her so I can rest easy!

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  59. What an awesome giveaway! Carol Gamble is a resident of Shreveport, apparently...and I really can't even begin to think of all the ways my imaginative children could use the wonderful Learning Tower! (My two year old spent the day today trying to take the whels off of her ride-on car, using a pair of salad tongs.)

    My e-mail's in my profile! Thanks for hosting this. :)

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  60. Evidently, Ms. Gamble lives in Shreveport.

    What a fabulous product. I'd love to use that with my son while he helps me bake 'nana muffins.

    Yes, I'm in Canada, but I have a US shipping address.

    Thanks for the opportunity!!

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  61. She is a resident of Shreveport.
    I hope to win this so my boys can help me in the kitchen. Trenton loves to mix the cake batter. He also like to help with dishes. We'll see how long that lasts!LOL!
    cdomerese2004@yahoo.com

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  62. Carol Gamble is from Shreveport! :)

    My kids will use this in the kitchen, for sure, but I bet we could come up with all sorts of uses for it! :)

    anastasia_falling@yahoo.com

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  63. Shreveport!

    I so want one of these for my 2 year old! She loves to "help." Lately she's been inverting the big plastic bins that the Legos came in, and standing on those. Real safe, huh?

    See, if I win, you are saving my poor adorable child from certain doom!

    Amy & http://prettybabies.blogspot.com

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  64. She's a resident of Shreveport. My DD's would love this, they both love to "help" me in the kitchen, making dinner, baking, or washing dishes, and this looks like it would be just too perfect!

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  65. Yes, Carol lives in Shreveport, LA. (Any Trout Fishing In America fans? o/' Shreveport Louisiana's got a place called Murrell's... o/')

    I've always drooled over the Learning Tower in catalogs but the price puts it out of my reach. So I would love to win one!

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  66. This creative lady is a resident of of Shreveport and a native of Louisiana.

    I have a little guy with special needs that requires much encouragement to stand up. It is a lot of work for him to want to bear weight through his legs. So we are always trying to come up with new and fun ways to get him interested in something so that he will want to stand.

    I do believe that this would do the trick.

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  67. She is a resident of Shreveport and a native of Louisiana.

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  68. It looks like Carol lives in Shreveport.

    laura_licious101 @ hotmail . com

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  69. Carol lives in Shreveport, per her website.

    What a great giveaway! I'd love to win one of these!

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  70. Carol Gamble is a resident of Shreveport and a native of Louisiana.

    My 2 year old SuperGirl would LOVE to win one of these Learning Towers. Even though she is very agile, she's always falling off a plastic stool that she stands on in the kitchen to watch me cook. Thanks for the chance to win! :) Nina, loislaneliu@hotmail.com

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  71. Shreveport! And that's the most wonderful idea - my kids stand on tippy chairs when they want to help me! What a great product!

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  72. Carol lives in Shreveport, Louisiana.

    My kids would love, love, love this. They love to cook with me and my 2 girls are all about pretending. This would be a fun Christmas present!

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  73. What a great first giveaway!

    Carol lives in Shreveport, LA.

    My two year-old jack-of-all-trades would drag this to the sink for "dishwashing" (quality control and spilling water all over the floor mostly).

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  74. My sister was telling me about these and she said they are terrific. To answer your question, Carol lives in Shreveport. michelle (at) northofthe49 (dot) com

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  75. Carol lives in Shreveport, Louisiana.

    My daughter loves to push a chair up to the counter when I cook or do dishes. It would be great if she had something like this to boost her up. I also have a 2 month old who will probably copy her "big" sister and want to watch mommy work too. LOL!

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  76. It looks like "She is a resident of Shreveport and a native of Louisiana." I would love to have this for the kids to help me in the kitchen with cookies etc...they would probably rather play house or fort with it.

    lisahymas7@hotmail.com

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  77. Shreveport.

    My daughter loves being mommy's little helper so we would love that. I have a feeling I would never cook alone again.

    On second thought...

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  78. Ms. Gamble is a resident of Shreveport and a native of Louisiana. My little guy Daniel is 2 and LOVES to help Mama at home. This would be wonderful. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  79. This would make a great Christmas gift for my boys. They are always wanting to climb up on the kitchen chairs to see what I am doing.

    I went to the web site and found this about the designers home..."Shreveport and a native of Louisiana"

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  80. Hello!
    I found out about contest on 5 Minutes for Mom ... looks like fun!

    Carol Gamble lives in Shreveport, LA .

    My little one is 10 months old but I think this would be sooooo much fun to have when she gets older and wants to help me in the kitchen!:)

    Thanks !
    Jodi
    jodi at hilltop dot net

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  81. She is a resident of Shreveport and a native of Louisiana.

    I love this tower. I've seen it all over the blogosphere but cannot afford to buy it. My budding chef (5 year old son) would love to use it when he "helps" me cook.

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  82. She lives in Shreveport.

    My husband just recently decided to take up cooking and my son (who's always been a lil' foodie) is always trying to help. This would come in so handy and they could spend some quality time together in the kitchen. What a great product!

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  83. The play house is soo cute!! I know my kids would love it! She lives in Shreveport, Louisiana.

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  84. I saw a Learning Tower in a store and it looks great. Our toddler son loves to help wash the dishes (!) but we don't have any stable way to bring him to sink-height. Carol Gamble is a resident of Shreveport and a native of Louisiana. Thanks for the contest!

    emhagedon at gmail

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  85. She lives in Shreveport.

    I think that this definately would be used in the kitchen.. Allowing a toddler to stand on a chair scares me too much, and so this would be so wonderful to allow the child to help, without having to have one hand on her the whole time.

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  86. That last one was from me btw...

    Maddie, livin4him06@gmail.com

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  87. Shreveport, Louisiana.

    Holy moly! I've been wanting one of these! :)

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  88. Carol Gamble is a resident of Shreveport and a native of Louisiana.

    What a great place to live!

    And what a fantastic product for those curious little ones that always want to help out! This is a great idea, and a great give a way!

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  89. She lives in Shreveport, LA. My niece has a great imagingation and she would love playing make-believe in this.

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  90. I have friends who own this (or something very similar) and it is amazing. What a fantastic idea.

    I looked over the website and found the owner lives in Shreveport. Of course, then I realized I could have just "cheated" and looked at the other comments. Ha!

    Thanks for hosting this amazing giveaway!!

    Duckabush Blog

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  91. Carol lives in Shreveport, LA.

    I got to see firsthand just how fabulous the Learning Tower is when I visited my niece this spring--she absolutely loves to help with dinner and be involved in all the kitchen activities. I would love to have this for my daughter as well...

    Karen in VT
    amosandkaren@comcast.net

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  92. Carol lives in Shreveport, LA.

    My 4 year old loves to help me cook!

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  93. Oh how cute!

    1) Carol lives in Shreveport, LA.

    2) My niece would love this so that she could "help" Mommy, Grandma, and Aunt Morgan cook. :)

    Morgan
    morgandenise.com

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  94. She is a resident of Shreveport and a native of Louisiana.

    My two oldest girls (4 & 3) LOVE to help me cook. This would be a wonderful and safe way for them to be tall enough to see!

    What a great giveaway!

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  95. She lives in Shreveport, LA

    That tower looks awesome! Around here I think it would be used more as a puppet theator than anything else. :)

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  96. She lives in Shreveport. What a cool giveaway. Crossing my fingers!

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  97. Carol lives in Shreveport, Louisiana.

    Every time I go to the store with my daughter, who is almost 4, she wants all the gimmicky and ultimately disposable toys, mostly the ones she's seen advertised on tv. I love the Learning Tower, because it inspires imaginative play and fun--no batteries to install, no lead paint to worry about, and it won't break after a week. I would love to give the Learning Tower to my daughter for her 4th birthday. I am already imagining making those cookies with my little helper. And I can't wait to put on those puppet shows! Yes!

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  98. I have coveted one of these for years. Here's hoping I win.
    My kids would definitely help me more with cooking since they'd be safe in this.
    Oh and Carol lives at this address: little Partners, Inc.
    9980 Canvasback Circle
    Shreveport, LA 71106
    Thanks!

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  99. First of all, Carol lives in Shreveport, LA. Secondly, we would use this for traditional Thanksgiving Tamale making with Great-Grandma and Mommy. I would love for her to have that memory of her without me worrying about her being on an unstable chair to get her to counter height. Plus the theater/fort conversion would be awesome for her imagination (especially now that I try to limit her use of painted toys with all that is being recalled).

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  100. Ooh, I would love this! My daughter loves to help me cook, so we'd use it for her to do that, and finally her baby brother could help too (now we have to wait until he's asleep or at Grandma's in order to cook together, otherwise it becomes a big contest about who will get to stand on the step stool, and who will fall and crack his/her head on the stone tile floor...good times).

    So Carol Gamble lives in Shreveport, Louisiana. I've actually been through there once on the way to Texas. And my friend D is from a tiny town 30 miles away.

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