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    A cubby house, a play wooden kitchen a bike and a see saw. The cubby is painted and the sub floor is down the actual cubby will be put up on Christmas Eve once the kids go down. Im expecting about an hour. The kitchen is done and will go inside the cubby, the bike is done and the see saw will get done on Christmas Eve too... In expecting about 20 minutes hopefully!

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    a water play table. I assume it will not take long, though, you never know!

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    We gave DS a bike for his bday a few weeks ago and after 3-4 hours of DH and I swearing at it, we took it to the bike shop to get done

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    This year we've got a wooden kitchen and a basketball hoop to assemble.
    It doesn't usually take dp long to put things up which is good.

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    My father worked for his own 24/7 company. Some years Santa set up nothing.

    The assembled presents where another thing that changed after dad Passed.. My brother by then was 15 and assembled bikes for us all.
    He also did some barbie cars and a few other things.

    Prior to that I can recall waking to several boxes.

    I do also remember that a lot of assembly required items came from mum & dad so there was and excuse for them to be done while we were at the grandparents between Christmas and new years.

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    We have a 9' trampoline - my Dad and DH are putting it together on the morning of Xmas eve. I would expect at least a couple of hours but we will see.

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    Ok started cubby house, built it no probs. Then realized I'm meant to stick these pretty stickers all over it in designated places. Pain in the butt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myztiks#1Fan View Post
    I onoy bought a box of lego so no putting anything together for me and i dont put lego together generally either as cant really stand it.

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    I freaking LOVE lego. DH wont let me open it and build it before giving it to DS which is super unfair in my book!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pregnor View Post
    I freaking LOVE lego. DH wont let me open it and build it before giving it to DS which is super unfair in my book!
    Imagine their little faces, running out on christmas morning, opening their odd shaped presents to find that mum had built the death star and stolen their thunder...again.

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    the trampoline, and the barbie house were both equally disasterous, so happy that stage seems to be past


 
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