this was when my daughter was about 2 1/2 3 yrs old and in our preivous house.
o.k here is the story.. i come home one day form installing carpet in a clients home and i see the curtains to the dining room are closed as so is the window.. so i figure alright great my wife only does this when food is ready so we wont be bothered by annoying friends who come for the free meal all the time.
and when i park the car and go inside with my nose in the air trying to smell what was awaiting me and my stomach after a hard days work and holy $h!t this is what i just so happened to find.... i was dumb founded and toung tied besides starving.....
a great big rubber thing called jump-n-fun... which i still dont no how much it cost.
and as for the dining room table it was put in the basement by my wife and her sister after dropping it down the stairs and i had ended up buying a corner nook for the kitchen and turning the dining room into a computer/ play room....
"i was gonna fix my car but then i got @&#$"
1995 bonneville se 114,000 miles and crashed the f up due to an idiot driver with state farm..then repaired 100% by yours truely..1988 bonneville sse 74,000 miles. my best car yet. never let me down.. (edit: o.k just once thus far on 1-14-08 )
I used to set those things up (much bigger versions) for birthday parties and what not.
The big ones go form 200 to 600 + pounds. http://dinojumperie.com/ That is the one I worked for, and the missus and I did the site.
And, yeah, I know what you mean about the toy room. My friggin dining room looks like a toy store. We did manage to keep the table though.