Little Partners Learning Tower Giveaway – ends 2/18

Welcome to the Oh My! It’s Twins Giveaway Event!
Hosted By: Ramblings of Mama

To kick off the event, our first giveaway is one of
Ramblings of Mama’s favorite kiddo tools.HUGE thank you to our Sponsor Little Partner’s for providing one lucky reader a Learning Tower (ARV $200)

Special thank you to Budget Earth for helping to co-host this event.


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You know that your toddlers, preschoolers and kids are going to do things that you may not want them doing or if you are wanting them to do it you shouldn’t want them to be safe while they are. Kitchen stools and ladders do not get made with children’s safety in mind. Kids lose their balance so easily, some kids are afraid of heights and that makes them more unsteady, and sometimes kids laugh so hard they fall backwards.

Little Partners Learning Tower is the number one kitchen step stool for toddlers. There’s tons of imitations, but NONE are like the original. It’s an adjustable height step stool w/Safety Rail,. It is made from solid birch and poplar wood. It is solid, sturdy and heavy, so there’s NO particle board on this thing. Swing by, read, and learn more with Michelle’s Little Partners Learning Tower review on Ramblings of Mama.  Make sure you swing by for an EXCLUSIVE coupon code only available for Ramblings of Mama readers!

Now, onto the giveaway peeps!!! 

Giveaway Rules:

Prize: Little Partners Learning Tower in color of choice (ARV $200)

Giveaway runs through February 18, 2015 at 11:59 pm MST.

Open to US only, 18+. Void where prohibited.

Only one entry per household and winner subject to entry verification.

Winner will be chosen by Random.org, announced on Giveaway Widget AND Facebook page.

Winner will be emailed via the email address provided at entry.

Winner has 48 hours to respond to notification or another winner is selected.

In entering the giveaway, you are accepting these terms and conditions as listed above.

Please enter via giveaway form below.

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Disclosure: The above item was received as compensation in order to facilitate review. Ramblings of Mama will always provide honest opinions, beliefs or experiences on products reviewed and will only make recommendations that we feel are beneficial to our readers. Ramblings of Mama is not responsible for sponsors who do not fulfill prize obligations. This giveaway is in no way associated with Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or any other social media outlets and released of any liability. This disclosure is provided in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission 10 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. Links enclosed may contain affiliate links. If you have any questions or would like your product or company featured on Ramblings of Mama, please contact Michelle at RamblingsofMama {at} gmail [dot] com{dot} com

Comments

  1. he would help my in the kitchen

  2. In the kitchen

  3. It would allow my grandchildren to help me cook.

  4. My daughter would help me with mixing pouring in the kitchen. She loves to be helpful.

  5. My daughter LOVES ‘helping’ me in the kitchen, and this would be so great to have for her!

  6. Joanne Gregory says:

    My grandson could help me in the kitchen.

  7. Adrienne Comeau says:

    My extremely frustrated 2yo wants to be 7 in THE worst way….. which means she wants to sit at the island with her Big Sis idol! Unfortunately that means she is standing on a chair or worse, a stool. She is trying to give me a heart attack! She loves standing up there crafting, drawing, eating, snacking, baking, cooking and just gabbing with her big sis!

  8. Mary Chenoweth says:

    I would love to cook with him!

  9. Cindy Kong says:

    Have my 3 yrs old daughter bake with me in the kitchen.. lots of cookies!

  10. Renee Smith says:

    I always wondered what these were exactly. Great concept! This would be so perfect for my 2 year old.

  11. Definitely Dishes or at least playing in bubbly water and let her help cook

  12. Felicia Hasse says:

    My kids would help cook dinner and bake cookies

  13. This would let my daughter help me cook.

  14. Thanks so much for the mini Review on Little Partners Learning Tower! This is an exceptionally nice stepping stool for children! I love this idea! I’ve read too many articles about kids climbing on things and falling and getting really hurt! This Stepping Stool sounds like it’s really sturdy and the handles to hold on to as well! I also love that it’s adjustable! This is a terrific item, especially for parents of kids who love to climb! Thanks for sharing the information on this product with all of us! I honestly do appreciate it! Thanks again, Michele 🙂

  15. thriftywoman says:

    The Learning Tower is such a great way for kids to join in on helping in the kitchen. I would use with with my daughter so she could help me with baking!

  16. Maybe the chairs would stay around the table, instead of all over the kitchen as my kiddos love to help in meal prep.

  17. My toddler loves to help me wash up and cook her dinner. Right now she stands on a chair, a learning tower would be perfect! A

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