Zoe bought her first Lego set this summer. She put the whole set together herself (Hagrid’s Hut) and then promptly took it all apart.
Mark’s childhood was spent mostly in his room playing with Legos and listening to a transistor radio. Having put in plenty of time with My Little Ponies and other such toys, he had been waiting for the Lego moment for a long time. I think that first night of Lego Love, I finished whatever book I was reading and had to keep reminding about bedtime while the two of them were completely absorbed.
Last night, while I was out with friends, Zoe and Mark got busy with her newest Lego set. No more Quidditch for Harry Potter, instead he and his buddies were transformed into…
Mark was in charge of Ringo and his drum kit. Zoe added the trapdoor in the stage for their “ear hats.” Ah, collaboration!
Of course they had to listen to the Beatles on the ipod in Zoe’s room while they worked. Again, childhood 2.0.
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love love love this. I’m looking forward to Legos too. (we’re still on duplos – not as fun.) Enjoy.
…and we are nearing the end of legos, at least for LUke (it’s just not cool in 7th grade).
love this post, and marvel at how much Zoe is such a mix of you 2.
Love legos! Now with six grandchildren I get to play with them all over again!