I wasn’t kidding. This is my living room. We’ve moved the train table up from the basement so that all five of us can gather round and work on Lego together, sometimes for hours at a time. It’s been interesting seeing my 7-year-old son interacting with his 4-year-old sisters using his precious precious pieces. This is their first try at the little ones, and it’s tough for them. He’s having a hard time sharing, but occasionally there are moments of pure joy between them as they play together.
The floor is clean! I can say that at least.
I do have a question for those of you with multiple kids In a Lego House…how do you share your Lego pieces? Does each child have their own, or is there a large community pile? Or another way? Please give me some ideas as we head into three-kids-with-Lego territory.
And a reminder–the giveaway for a Box4Blox Lego Organizer ends Saturday, and I hope you’ll consider purchasing one if you don’t win. We received one thanks to Box4Blox, and it’s proving to be as useful as I’d hoped. We’re using the four separate trays when searching for particular pieces. You know to look in the green one if you need something tiny. Very helpful! They’re available at Amazon now if you have any Swagbucks to spend on Amazon GCs.
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