Today he built his sister a little Lego kitchen! It was so sweet---I should grab a photo of that. While he was doing that she was pretending to be a dentist-washing his mouth with a (pretend) mystery medicine that was dispensed from an elephant, but that didn't seem at all strange to big brother.
I know that more is not always better. There is too much of a good thing. I think we might be drowning in Legos. BUT we are happy doing it, mostly.
We have one room that was the music and study room that is now mostly the lego train room. The desks moved to the dining room, because, well there just was not room for them in that room, what with the train tracks and associated city. The family room, or toy room, has now been completely inundated with the Legos too (but they are out of the kitchen and dining room). We tried having them in the cellar play area. However, we found that unsupervised King Kong was visiting and destroying. This left a very frustrated boy and very messy legos that would then scatter and end up destroyed as they were ground into the cement floor.
Oh, and my husband and i have spent more nights than I want to admit sorting and building Legos. Some because it needs to be done, but mostly because we enjoy it. Strange, but we prefer to say going to the movies most nights.
|Wooden Lego Sorting Station|
|Organizing carts we now are using...|
Perhaps I should ask my son his opinion, after all from what I have seen posted out there, I am going against the grain with my post about involving the children in minimizing our belongings...