I started assembling Baby Stuff this afternoon, and one of the first things I decided to tackle was the bouncy seat that were we given. I briefly misplaced the packet with the screws and small parts, but once I found it assembly was simple and quick. The last step was the simplest. All it entailed was snapping the optional "accessory bar" into place. The instructions were only this long:
"Fit the toy bar ends into the sockets in the footrest."
Can't get any simpler than that, right? BUT. The there was a "hint" under the instructions:
"Hint: The square end of the toy bar fits into the square socket and the circular end of the toy bar fits into the circular socket."
I feel like if you need this hint you a) probably can't use a screwdriver, so you probably haven't gotten this far in the instructions, and b) probably shouldn't be in charge of an infant. Square fits square and round fits round? REALLY?! I had no idea.
I may also be slightly cranky.