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Hello, I have given in.

AllBrickAllBrick UKMember Posts: 1,477
edited August 2015 in Introduce yourself
Hello fellow LEGO lovers. I started buying LEGO again to keep for my little boy so when he's older there will be a huge pile of bricks ready and waiting. I buy all types of LEGO but, only when its been heavily reduced. I buy from supermarkets, toy shops, petrol stations etc etc. I also have some charity shop connections who call me occasionally with some goodies. I have scored some wonderful deals, that's all for another thread though. My son is 18 months old and in that time I have amassed a substantial amount of plastic, its actually getting a little out of control. He's quite good with it, totally ignoring the crate of Duplo and has gone straight onto the smaller stuff. The box of bricks is also helping to keep him on the potty for his training. Thanks for reading. Adam Edit: Hmmmm, apologies for the wall of text. I spaced it accordingly and it won't do as I want :/
YodaliciousRevBlues

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  • natro220natro220 USAMember Posts: 545
    Welcome!  Are you enjoying the Lego as well, or are you only setting it aside for your son?  I'm sure it's obvious, but make sure he doesn't put the small pieces in his mouth.  He's still at that age where it's a concern...
    AllBrick
  • FauchFauch FranceMember Posts: 2,543

    it's always a concern...

    poor lego pieces

    AllBrick
  • AllBrickAllBrick UKMember Posts: 1,477
    edited August 2015
    natro220 said:
    Welcome!  Are you enjoying the Lego as well, or are you only setting it aside for your son?  I'm sure it's obvious, but make sure he doesn't put the small pieces in his mouth.  He's still at that age where it's a concern...
    Oh, I'm enjoying it very much. I like building the kits, dismantling them and sorting the parts. Not sure if I want them sorted by colour, type, size blah blah blah. My Mrs said that I could be on the spectrum, probably just a touch of OCD. Of course I aware of the infinite choking possibilities and we have taught him not to eat it already, it only comes out with the potty and I have taken almost all of the really tiny bits out and all of the minifigs (I loooooove minifigures). He does have one weakness though, tyres. Nice and chewy for a teething bubba.
  • Rainstorm26Rainstorm26 Chicago Burbs USA (and sometimes Ireland)Member Posts: 1,004
    Note the 1x1 round plates fit nicely in the noses of young ones. Daughter did this once. 
    AllBrickRevBlues
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