Husband and daughter have collaborated on a wonderful Christmas video. Enjoy the magic of plasticine and patience…
Here’s one I wrote earlier
12 reasons I don’t hate ChristmasMy crying in front of the Christmas tree has been interrupted by the arrival of our online shopping order. Bags of quality produce to last us through the next few days of family, friends and festive-ness.
It really really hurts when I step on hard, sharp, pointy bits of Lego. I suffer through strange foot indentations because Lego is wonderful. The kids use their brains to think of things to make, eyes to find the right pieces and fingers to click it all together.
Of course Lego have a bountiful website, but nothing compares to the sound of small hands rummaging around in boxes of plastic bits.
A snowman to last for years
I’m not sure about the sinister eyes, but the carrot nose is very amusing.
Vintage Lego – groovy
I believe this is called ‘vintage’ Lego.
I found some of my old Lego at my parents’ house. The people look quite ABBA-esque don’t they? I loved the cute furniture too, although the scale was not quite right. These Lego people would have had a hell of a time trying to wash their hands …
Vintage Lego – space age
Check out that hi-tech computer!
This is some of my brother’s old Lego. I think the hi-tech computer screens are adorable. I wonder if there are Lego iPad pieces yet?
Lego planes arranged very neatly on my shelf.
One morning I found these assorted Lego planes neatly arranged on my shelf by my son.
An assortment of Lego sweets.
A piece of foam + Lego lights = sweets on a cake. My daughter is hoarding these colourful little pieces of plastic to make desserts …
Brought to you by the InterWeb – Edible Lego
Look what happens when Lego nerds get in to the kitchen – edible Lego.