Friday, December 08, 2006
The architect side of me

Pictured is the basic castle structure (Hope you like rain; no roof provided.) with personal train track surrounding the premises. Building and material at a low cost of 2.5 million. Contact if interested. . .
Yes, last evening the "architect" side quickly presented Ethan with a "castle" and "train track" at his request. Being a childhood LEGO lover, I tend to make him magnificent castles that take 30 or more minutes to build. Well, last night being a busy one, he ended up with the short version, but it will still provide hours of fun.
The cutest part was when the "king" and "queen" (standing on the top level of their castle) in high~pitched voices said to me, "Oh, thank you, Mommy. This is a beautiful castle." :-)
I had no clue I had ever given birth to royalty!

  posted at 10:49 AM  
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5 Comments:
At 1:20 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Looks beautiful. It's always nice when the tracks take over an entire room, isn't it?

 
At 9:03 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I would never have guessed that was made out of Legos. I'm sure it's not the Duplo ones, so is it the real tiny ones? I'd like to know where you can find those castle sets.

 
At 10:32 AM, Anonymous Anonymous 2 said...

Is that a Brio train and track set? What is the name of the store where you purchased the Playmobil set?

 
At 10:56 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow, not only an interior designer, but an architect, too! I can't build anything with Legos! :( Give me some Cranium clay, though, and I can make you an elephant that looks like it's going to walk away!

 
At 2:10 PM, Blogger Martha C said...

Sorry about the mix~up. I loved LEGOS as a kid, but this castle is Playmobil.
Yes, part of the train is BRIO. As for the Playmobil, they were given to my boys. Consequently, I have no store to refer. Sorry, Anon 2.

 

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