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My brother and I played with legos ALL THE TIME as kids.
I’m pretty sure my parents still have several 30-gallon rubbermaid containers full of legos.
I really hope that our kids play with legos. Not that we’ll pressure them. But we probably will.
Because Emma is still at the eat-tiny-things age, we have duplos for now. (Duplos are the bigger toddler-sized legos.) My parents gave Addie a little duplos set for Christmas and we gave her this duplos book.
When I ordered it, I thought it was a book that had duplo-building boards inside that would let you build duplos on the book. Wrong! It’s just a silly story that has pictures of how to build the animals throughout. She didn’t really care about it at first, but we kept it anyway. We usually build duplo towers and knock them over. But, more recently, she figured out that you can build what’s in the pictures (both of this book and of the duplo set she got from my parents) and now, she wants to do it over and over. She can’t quite get them all right by herself yet, but she’s close.
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