Saturday, January 29, 2011

Teeny Tiny Little Legos

I love watching Puck really enjoy something.  Here he is putting together a Lego set he got for Christmas.  He's never been interested in Lego's before.  He handled the tiny pieces like a pro and followed the directions amazingly well.  I'm happy to take credit for the ice-cube-tray-organizer.  Together, we are brilliant:) 

I love you Puck!

8 comments:

Tezzie said...

What a GREAT organizational trick with the icecube trays! Boy looooves little LEGOs...it's just about the only thing that will make him stay still for more than 5 minutes (he can literally sit for 2-3 hours STRAIGHT building the stuff!) Beautiful photos of your sweet Puck <3

Danifred said...

I am always amazed with the tiny little Lego parts and the kids who can create something amazing. Awesome!

*Jess* said...

our family just discovered legos for the first time, too!

Pineapple Princess said...

Brilliant idea with the ice cube tray! Why didn't I think of that!

Gorgeous photography- love the colors!

American in Norway said...

Ooo Love the ice cube tray idea... Smart girl!
Thanks so much for your comment- I needed it:-)

Mom2Kaia said...

Ice cube tray organizer = PURE GENIUS! Thanks so much for sharing the idea!!

Rebecca said...

Oy! Legos make me cringe, but I had no idea that the pieces got smaller!!!! YIKES! I love love love the ice cube tray idea though. You could probably use that press-n-seal plastic wrap to keep it all in there for days (yes, because I'm sure little boys would keep press-n-seal plastic wrap pristine day after day). Sorry...brain fart...love these pictures (as usual)!

For the Love of Naps - Sarah said...

I was thinking egg cartons after thinking of the whole sorting activity when I saw the little containers at Michaels craft store. But ice cube trays would work too. I am so getting these out on Thursday when I am on my own with all three for the first time!