They catch them early, don't they?
I'm sure that must be one factor behind the success of Warhammer.
Once he joins the forum, you could point him to this thread:
Cool thanks for the link, I didn't know about that. I've been asking questions in the boardgame thread.
F40 was a fun hour with the kid
Been getting sick of not being able to find the right bits in the piles of Lego so spent a few hours with the kids sorting it into several boxes: bricks, plates, wheels, angled bits, minifigs, etc. Much easier to build what we want now.
Then found the cards and instructions for Creationary so tried to pull out all the right pieces so we can play it properly. Took 2 hours to find them, but it's definitely worth it.
Back in the game after approx 15 years... great way to escape the relatives!
I got back on the bricks last Xmas and instantly rediscovered my inner child.
I find building Lego sets remarkably therapeutic.
The concentration required helps all the stress disappear for a few hours.
Mon homage to Cornish miners. (Note: buildings not to scale!)
Will be scouring Bricklink for some beige/brown bricks to put together some decent size mine buildings.
I did a buy in the Boxing Day sale here.
I talked myself out of buying it before Christmas and was glad I did when it was $75 cheaper this morning
Bearing in mind I live in NZ now, do not sure how relevant this is to you...
I have a box under the tree that is roughly Defender sized, looking forward to opening it later.
I got a little speed boat and a catamaran from my FiL.
Nice sets that should kill a few hours whilst sinking mulled ciders.
Just cant resist the lure of technic construction vehicles.
New crane courtesy of my son.
I am self restraining myself to only building one subsystem of the defender a day and only if it’s raining.
It poured down all afternoon yesterday so I got the rear end with most of the gearbox in it built and then employed self restraint to go and play scrabble with my other half
I won't be able to start mine until I'm back from Utah, so I suspect you'll have me well beaten.
Well, that’s inevitable - the forecast here for the next few days is terrible, which by my own ruling means I’ll have finished it by new year.
My dad is at the same state add you after one day
New to thread, old to Lego, now rediscovering it with my 6yo. This is proving good shared time in the building of it. All low tech stuff here.
I ploughed through most of the second section yesterday because of a large electric storm. And got to here:
This is brilliant.
Watching my 7 year old getting to grips with his Lego Boost kit. He's a natural.
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