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    Ok girls which would you choose. I can't make up my mind. I have a 5 almost 6 year old a 3 year old, 18 month oldi and then nb but obviously its not for him yet. At first I was leaning the first one so my 18 month old can jump in the castle bit without her brothers pushing past her as the slide steps are separate for it then on the 2nd they are in the jumping castle. BUT it is so much more $$ and bigger. Just not sure which way to go
    http://jumpon.com.au/p.html?p=splash...ne&from=myshop
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    We have one very similar to the first one and DS (3.8) LOVES it!!! It's big enough for a couple of kids at a time

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    My kids are nearly the same ages as yours (I have 4) and I have bought the first one (from elsewhere, but very similar) for Christmas, as we already have a jumping castle. We're in a hot climate, so I know they'll get heaps of use out of it and even the little 18 month old will enjoy it I think.

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    We have one similar to the first one - check out target as they apparently on sale again for $299 - my DS (3) and his 2 year old cousin live on it , my 9 year old niece also loves it so it will last you for ages!

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    They both look fun, but I think the first one!

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    I think the first one

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    We have the exact same one as in the first link and the kids (6,3 and 15 months) LOVE IT!! During cooler weather we just don't connect it to water so they still enjoy it as a jumping castle.

    It's also not as big as it appears in the pics. We only have a small yard and it fits perfectly. I thought when I bought it that it would be this monster of a thing but its the perfect size for the kids.

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    We bought ours from Aldi last Xmas...think it was $199

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    DDs friend has the first one. They (my kids and hers) love playing on it. It is big enough for several kids.

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    So I brought the 1st one. I am so excited the kids are going to love it. DH wasn't impressed but he is such a tight *** on anyone bar himself. I won't have the kids miss out. He knew not to say to much and just shook his head.


 

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