This post was written by Mom Knows It All contributor Shaun M.
Hi there! I am Shaun – I’m a New Hampshire native who likes to drop my Rs and use the word “wicked” with enthusiasm. I will argue that Maine lobster is best and that New England Clam Chowder should not have tomatoes in it. I’m married to my HS sweetheart, Marc, and together we are raising Paige (b May 2010) and Brody (b December 2015). We also have 2 very friendly cats who think they rule the house. When we’re not busy containing the chaos of two kids, I work at a local Ford dealership, pretend that I’m good at photography, and usually have my nose stuck in a book.
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New Hampshire has had some ridiculous weather this year. With ridiculous weather comes wicked hot temps for June.
With Paige out of school, me home, it seemed like the perfect time for a slip n slide for the backyard. Enter H2OGo!
We had my godchildren over for a play date and with temps in the high 80s, it seemed like the perfect opportunity to set up the double slide from H2O Go. Setting up was easy. Three slots filled with water, one with air. Flip it over, secure it and let the kids go crazy!
I love the pool at the end of the slip n slide. It’s deep enough to cover ankles and provide a fun splash at the end of the slide but still small enough to not be of concern for someone seriously hurting themselves. The pool is the perfect spot for someone to stand and cool their feet off.
The sprinkles on the one side of the slide are really nice. They’re activated when the hose is attached and is on. They don’t quite reach the other side of the slide but two kids going down the slide helps spread the water around!
We have found the H2O Go to be super durable. The kids decided to see who could go down the most creative way. One of the kids grabbed a sled and went for it – and H2O Go held up to the task!
On top of being durable, it’s easy to disassemble and move around. Being a renter, our landlord has someone come in often to mow and do general landscaping. We can release the water, get rid of the air and fold it up and out of the way for the crews to do their jobs.
With a bunch of summer birthday parties to attend, and H2O Go available in Target and Walmart, we have checked off the birthday gifts!