I ran across this AWESOME thing on one of my favorite blogs awhile back and really want to share with you guys about it. I know it's on Pinterest as well, so you may have seen it already, but if you haven't, you've got to check this out!
It's the Little Helper Tower! A home-made wooden tower built by a mom for her kiddo so she can help her with projects, baking, and other fun things in the kitchen or elsewhere in the house. I love how it prevents falls and kneeling on chairs! The blog gives you step-by-step instructions on how to make this awesome tower and it's at a beginner's level!
I really would love for Michael and I to make one of these for Bennett for either Christmas or his second birthday. (Whenever we think it would be the best time for one). If you've got Grandkids, nieces or nephews, or just a very busy toddler running around that loves to "help," this would be a great and affordable gift! I know you can order these already made, but why do that and pay almost $150 dollars when you can make it yourself for $25-30 bucks and paint it your own fun color?!
Check out the blog and get building! One reader tweaked the design to make it double-wide so her twins could use it together. Another reader had her husband build a seat so her son could also eat from it like a highchair!
Here's the link to the blog: Ana White Homemaker