Friday, August 31, 2012

Lego Discovery


This begins in the Lego aisle with my three-year-old begging for a Star Wars Lego set that we already have.

“We already have those Legos at home. Somewhere. Mommy can find them an build it again for you.” He doesn’t understand, and we leave the aisle with the whole store wondering why that mom just doesn’t buy the $12.99 set and let everyone shop in peace.

Cut to picture above. Scrounging to find pieces to reconstruct what some engineering Lego super-genius designed. But the point of all this is not to show what a crazy awesome mom I am.  It is to share a cool link I found on for all those moms who have been in this very spot.

Need rebuild a broken lego set and don’t have instructions? Ta-Da!…



The PDF file downloaded onto my iPad. So helpful!

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S.Shepherd said...

I love that your son is playing games on the DS while you try to find all the pieces.

rxforfashion said...

Thanks so much for this link! I haven't started my son on lego yet cause he's just two but I'll keep this link for future reference!
If you have time please check out some of my looks on!!



DeAnn @ said...

I am your 200th follower :) Normally I wouldn't say anything but I am #200! I am not there yet but I imagine I will be my 3 year old son loves to see how things work and take things apart. I will have to pass this site onto my SIL her son is really into Legos.

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