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    Quote Originally Posted by River Song View Post
    glad I am not the only one who thought that!!

    WHy do people put the sets together for them?? That is what the lego is for...the kids to put together.
    It's in the box when they get it but Xmas morning he puts it together for them

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    Quote Originally Posted by River Song View Post
    glad I am not the only one who thought that!!

    WHy do people put the sets together for them?? That is what the lego is for...the kids to put together.
    I'd just like to see what it is supposed to be at least once before all the bits are lost lol. Doubt i'd actually do it though. Its pretty fun doing it with ds albeit frustrating because he just wants to stick any bricks together

    **Mum, Dad, Big boy (Dec 08) and Baby girl (Feb 11)**

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    After I put together DS's cozy coupe for his birthday I made DH put together his quad bike for xmas. The bugger put if together in less then 1/2 hour. It took me AGES to put that damn coupe together!!

    There is a plastic slide to put together tonight but it looks easy. Also a little tykes basketball hoop but I already pulled it out of the box and figured out how to do it before putting it back and wrapping.

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    Dad and I just did the 14' trampoline in 1.5 hours :-) threading the net to the mat took the longest out of anything else and that was only 30mins.

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    Already put up the inflatable pool we got that ready last night now DH is out side building her park the wooden one from target, they say 2 people 4 to 8 hours lol he is doing it by him self untill mydad gets here he has been going about 3 hours already

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    Quote Originally Posted by kezanazz View Post
    I figure this year has to be easier than the toy kitchen last year
    Dp and I have a kitchen to put together to tonight... Has to be easier then the swing set we put together last year! We were in tears of laughter as we were so tired and didn't finish until after 1am!!

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    A 12 foot trampoline which we have already done. The box said 1 and a half hours and what do you know, it took that long! I was expecting like 4 hours!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mum2mj View Post
    Dp and I have a kitchen to put together to tonight... Has to be easier then the swing set we put together last year! We were in tears of laughter as we were so tired and didn't finish until after 1am!!
    I dunno, the kitchen took us longer than the swing set.
    It's a pretty intricate kitchen though

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    Trying to get dd to wind down before bed and then send her off so we can start...

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    Quote Originally Posted by HugsBunny View Post
    Dad and I just did the 14' trampoline in 1.5 hours :-) threading the net to the mat took the longest out of anything else and that was only 30mins.
    You have inspired me! I can do this!

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