When Maxwell recently posted his best how-tos of all time we were reminded about the great indoor swing he made for his daughter Ursula last year. But admiration soon turned to envy and we wondered if we could find an indoor swing suitable for renters - and we found one!We actually found a host of indoor play gear at an online store called eSpecial Needs which provides therapeutic equipment for children with autism, down syndrome, ADHD and other special needs. Shown above (right) is the "Rainy Day" pressure-mounted support bar with swing attachment. Other attachments include a trapeze bar, a net swing, a glider seat and a ladder. (They also have another pressure-mounted swing bar, the "aDOORable" which seems to only be recommended for a swing attachment.)
While not as inexpensive or cute as Ursula's swing, it's nice to know there are non-invasive options for renters with rambunctious children suffering from cabin fever.