Thursday, September 9, 2010

Little Billy Goat

Every once in awhile in our house, you just might get to see a real live billy goat. 
This is no ordinary billy goat, though. While this billy goat has plenty of natural ability, he often uses tools to help him climb. These tools usually come in the form of buckets or drums.

Sometimes climbing doesn't quite get him any closer to his intended destination.
And sometimes this billy goat will show up in the most unexpected places. 
The best thing is that billy goats make the best little helpers. If you consider splashing helping. ;)
The little man has been a master climber the last few months.  The cool thing is that he's using tools to get where he wants to go. We have a smart billy goat indeed. 

8 comments:

Mo said...

Resourceful and a great problem solver!!

Check out The Learning Tower. Google it and you should find it easily. It's an adjustable stand that kiddos can be placed into to SAFELY help at the counter. We have one and it's been really helpful. Elijah can climb n and out of it as the sides are 'open'. They are pricey but perhaps craigslist or ebay may one one cheaper. Your 'goat' may loves this!! ;0)

Hanners said...

Way to go Elijah!
We have a Learning Tower as well and love it (I found one used for $60). There is also one called Kitchen Helper (I think) that folds up.

Kathy said...

Where there's a will there's a way! Way to go, Elijah!

sugar magnolia said...

We adore our Learning Tower....found ours on Craigs List for about half the price. But it looks like he has great balance!

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Lady V dZine said...

Billy goats are cute, and Elijah is no exception!

Frosted Fingers said...

Billy Goats are so fun! :) He looks so happy.

Lisa said...

Hmm, I think we definitely need a Learning Tower! I have been eyeing them up for awhile, but thought it was too pricey. Maybe I can find a cheap one somewhere; you've all convinced me that it's a useful product. :) Thanks!

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