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    I don't have any big things to assemble this year thankfully. Except for pulling toys out of their boxes which is hard enough sometimes and also putting batteries in!

    ETA - pulling the toys out tomorrow once opened!
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    My DH is downstairs, cursing the trampoline, cursing my for buying it and (hopefully) cursing himself for procrastinating for so long earlier.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpecialPatrolGroup View Post
    My DH is downstairs, cursing the trampoline, cursing my for buying it and (hopefully) cursing himself for procrastinating for so long earlier.
    Lol your poor dh.

    The kids got a trampoline last year. It took my dad, brother, brothers friend and I 4 hours. It is HUGE though.

    I wish your dh the best of luck!

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    Only a "fake" fish tank to fill with water and add batteries to.. Thats it this year! He already has the tramp, bike, scooter etc etc

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    Ok so the 13' trampoline with enclosure looks reeeealy huge in our yard but we managed that and the bike in 2 hours!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kezanazz View Post
    Ok so the 13' trampoline with enclosure looks reeeealy huge in our yard but we managed that and the bike in 2 hours!
    Well done!!!


 

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