The new year is around the corner, which means that you and your family might have started brainstorming resolutions.
Resolutions are a great way to make positive change, as striving for attainable goals and working together as a team bonds you and your loved ones even tighter together.
But here’s the thing - we might feel super passionate about our resolutions in January, but come February and March, they’ve---
Here at Pogo Bounce House, we’re all about catering to kids of all ages and skill levels. And what do children love more than almost anything else? Gifts, of course!
When it comes to toddlers and young kids, gift-giving is simple. They’re easily placated with a plastic set of keys or even the cardboard box your latest online purchase came in. Older kids have the capacity to tell you the gifts they’d appreciate. So, what about the age group between these---
Grandma and Grandpa. Some of the most loving, doting people known on this planet. It’s no secret that grandparents love to spoil their grandchildren. What better way to do that, than with a brand new bounce house or waterslide? Not only is it the “cool” present under the tree, but it can last for many seasons with proper care.
Lucky for you, here’s where we can help. Get your holiday shopping done early this Black Friday and Cyber Monday weekend and save---
Best Bounce House Gift Idea for Little Kids
This rainbow-hued bounce house with double water slide makes my Bounce House Gift Idea List because it is perfect for families with little ones between the ages of two and six. Instead of arguing about---
LGBTQ+ Pride parades and parties are a longstanding and beloved June tradition, but that looks a little different this year. There’s no wrong way to celebrate Pride, so why not try something different this year? There’s still time to pull off the perfect last-minute Pride event.
Here’s a few ideas we brainstormed:
? Host an intimate Pride-themed party with your closest friends. Deck the yard out in rainbow decor and serve something fun like this Rainbow---
Valentine’s Day: It’s Not Just the Candy (but the Candy Helps)