Writing The Girl

Weekly Photo Challenge: Create

In my house, you spell the word “Create” like this:

L – E – G – O !!!!!!

(Seriously, is this not the best toy ever?)

Here we have an  “EPIC, All Out Star-Wars – vs – The-Entire-Universe” battle scene that was built the other day.  It was so big, even Indiana Jones got in on the action:

Even though they are pretty much all teenagers, our kids still spend countless hours creating intricately designed buildings, bases, and spaceships.  They will build anything that can be thought up and snapped together.  With Lego, kids are only limited by their imagination.  And my children have imaginations that are infinite.

To me, this is the very essence of the word “CREATE”.

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18 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Create

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  3. How did you take these photos? Any kind of special lens at all?

  4. Lego fan here! love it!!!

  5. Beautiful creations!

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  8. I agree that with Lego you are only restricted by your imagination. We love LEGO in our house too

  9. Creative LEGO, fantastic :D

  10. Shireen on said:

    Lovely pics! I love Lego too! I hope my daughter will get into it as she grows…it’s such a creative outlet!

    • Could not have done with without my kid’s imaginations! I am sure your daughter will love playing Lego for many years. Even my 14-year-old step-daughter still plays with her’s. :) One of the few toys that never becomes “uncool”.

  11. love this pic :D

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