My kids love ours. It started out with 2 double swings, a single swing and some rings. They fought over the single swing heaps though. We ended up taking off the rings and buying another single swing at Bunnings when i couldn't stand the arguing anymore.
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20-06-2012 16:28 #11
20-06-2012 16:46 #12
In the warmer months she's on it everyday - now that winter's here, DD hasn't used it for months.
But it definitely got a lot of use in the months after Cheistmas!
20-06-2012 17:31 #13
my 2.5 (When we got it) and 5 year old LOVE it, and play on it all the time.
22-06-2012 15:44 #14Junior Member
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We've had ours for a few years, and all the kids still play on it all the time (ages 8, 6, 3). We did what pp said though, replaced one of the swings that wasn't being used with another single swing from bunnings. Between the swings and the tramp the kids are outside alot.
22-06-2012 16:38 #15
Thanks everyone. I casually mentioned the idea to DH about a swing set and he nearly died on the spot. His comment was "you promised nothing I would have to put together. Please please please don't get a swing set". I'll keep working on him.
22-06-2012 16:46 #16
Lol, your poor hubby! My kids love their swing set. I'm looking at some huge cubby house for Christmas this year and it says 8-10 hours to put it together! Eek!
22-06-2012 16:56 #17
The swing set was actually one of the easier things we had to put together! (beat the heck out of the tramp!)
Mine play on it every day they can. We have one that we can link the buninngs extras in to which has been great. We also had a baby swing on it in the begining. Its always a hit with any kid that comes to play!
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