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I was a bit disappointed that all the sections to "build a helicopter!" or "build a flower" etc. just had generic parts bins, with seemingly nothing specific to what you were meant to be building. It may be my lack of creativity, but I would struggle to build a helicopter with the parts they had available!
One down side - we left my daughter's potty somewhere there! (She's currently potty training, and doing very well!) I feel sorry for anybody who comes across it, thinks it's some small child's suitcase, and opens it to try and find out how to return it... they're in for a not particularly nice surprise :-/
I love you forum people.
#10266 + #40335 + a battery box and motor for #10261 Roller Coaster
Still, I've found most of a #7110, a #7128, #6437, #6425 and probably of #6407 (all incomplete).
Still some Castle parts around, and many pieces (and almost complete minifigs) from (most likely) #5936.
Not my lucky day, but it still could have been worse...
The Ferrari was a spontaneous idea from my youngest - luckily it wasn’t one I already had! I feel very lucky and can’t wait to build all the space stuff (the quinjet counts, kinda). Captain America’s motorbike is just... something else! Thank you Cathy :-)
Slowly but surely I'll be back for more :-)
Bricks and Pieces order came in the other day.
Mmmmmmmm, new LEGO!
What set are the little white stackable pegs in?