We've seen some dramatic video recently, of a fun time gone terribly wrong.
July 4th weekend, a strong gust of wind blows an inflatable children's slide about 100 feet in the air in Nevada.
Last month in Colorado, a bounce house is blown away, tumbling 300 feet with two children inside.
And in New York, a bounce house with 2 children inside, goes airborne in May.
These recent incidents have called into question the safety of bounce houses.
"You can stay in there as long as you like, but once the whether gets bad, or too many kids at a time you can run into trouble. The big thing is to just have fun and be safe while doing it," said Anthony Little, an employee of Presque Isle Tent and Table in Erie.
Watch the attached 12News Special Report for more on how one local company ensures your children are safe, while having fun.