We recently did a little collaboration with Picasso tiles reviewing their pipe tube building set. We had so much fun with those, so I was thrilled to have the opportunity to work with them again!
This go around, we chose the bounce house (I mean, who wouldn’t?!) and I’m so glad we did. It’s the perfect size for my two year old! It took Leopold a little bit to warm up to it (he is a very cautious child) but after a short period of time he was having a blast!
The weight limit is 250lbs and my husband tested that out by hanging out in it with Leopold. He threw balls and wrestled a little but didn’t jump. So far, nothing is ripped or broken, so that’s good!
The material is a very thick vinyl that seems to be great quality and easy to clean. There is a big slide in the front, an opening in the back, and two smaller openings on the side. The bounce house comes equipped with a basketball goal and includes four small inflatable balls to play with. These balls made the whole experience that much more fun for Leopold! Especially with his daddy playing with him.
Like most bounce houses, you’re not supposed to wear your shoes inside! This cool bounce house comes with a mesh pocket to hold your shoes for you so they aren’t in a pile on the ground.
Also included with the bounce house is an electric blower that pumps the whole thing up in under two minutes! That’s perfect when you have an impatient energetic toddler waiting to play! The cord on the blower is extra long, too. We still had to use an extension cord, but if you have a normal house and backyard, you may not need one!
While the weight limit is 250, it’s still advised to only have 2-3 children inside at a time, preferably children that are around the same size. It’s definitely big enough for 3 toddlers to have a blast in together! I know Leopold will love to have his friends play in it with him!
I am so happy we were gifted this bounce house! It’s going to be perfect for parties, special occasions, play dates, and even just for long days when we need something to do.
I love this sequence of photos where Leopold sneaks up on his daddy!