We do this and my MIL never buys new for the kids. As long as it is in good condition it doesn't matter. If it makes the difference between a cheap nasty toy that will fall apart and a good quality toy that will last for a long time then it seems like a no brainer.
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19-10-2013 19:45 #11Senior Member
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19-10-2013 20:21 #12
We gave our kids a secondhand trampoline for Christmas last year. It only cost us $50 and with a good clean, it looked as good as new.
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19-10-2013 20:27 #13
I think it's a win/win/win situation!
Bub doesn't know/care
You save $
And the landfills have one less piece of trash!
I wouldn't have a problem doing the same.
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