Tiny Pool

A handful of years back I bought and inflated a small pool, or Tiny Pool to folks who knew me (now that’s you!).

Our backyard is on the small side; we no havey room for a pool and a big dog.  We chose to have the dog.

Then one day, I came across this beautiful tiny pool and had to have one for myself:

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tiny pool

People, it was a rev-ah-la-tion.

When I was hot and bothered (during a Texas summer, that starts around 8:30am), I could jump in for a quick moment, or wait until evening and relax in my sweet little pool with an adult beverage.  I lived in my bathing suit that first summer.

READY!

When I brought Tiny Pool home, I wondered if it would make me pine for the in-ground version, but it didn’t for a couple of reasons.

#1) It was easily filled.

#2) It was easily emptied, cleaned and put away after the season.

#3) It didn’t require year-round maintenance.

BAM!

I figure Sweet E is gonna love Tiny Pool as much as Granny Patti (?), Graa (?),  Gee (?)…yeah, we’re still working on that name thang.

If you want one for your own backyard CLICK HERE to see if this one would suit your Tiny Pool needs.  It’s about what I paid for mine, plus FREE SHIPPING!

Summer on, people!

 

 

 

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Comments

  1. We bought one very similiar to this a few summers ago and I speak with certainty, the kidlets love it. E will love it!

  2. It is on the wish list — thank you! The girls across the street have one similar to that and I figured they would be hideously expensive. Amara would love it!!!

    • Mrs. Tucker says:

      I would say not only is it inexpensive, but one of the most used and abused purchases I’ve ever made. LOL! It’s still taking a summertime beating! TO THE POOL!

  3. If we had one of those, it would be overrun by our dogs and probably ripped in no time flat. We have an in ground pool but the two dogs that swim don’t try to get in (thank goodness) and the one that is scared of swimming (weird I know) lays on the top step nonstop. We have a dog door into the pool area and he tracks water in all summer long because he is always soaked. He is way worse than the kids. 🙂

  4. Kim: Too Much Time says:

    We had the same pool, but it didn’t have a drain or plug on the bottom. Does yours? Ours was the BIGGEST pain to empty so I got rid of it. But, it is a fabulous size and big enough for an adult to actually enjoy along with the kids!

    • Mrs. Tucker says:

      Ours does have a plug. But, it drains a little slower than I’d like, so I also scoop water out and put it on the drier spots of the lawn. Workout and watering! We love ours. It does get a bit ridiculous when we’re both in it and we usually have a good laugh, but who cares when it’s 110° outside?! Lol!

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