Wednesday, November 16, 2011

It Takes Building Blocks to Make Cool Things Happen



So says Zack.  With a hug.  Which was freaking awesome.

 Built this month.



LEGO pendant -- from 2008



From 2006.

The kid's just never wrong.


Book Review: "The Night Circus"



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Lori Anderson creates jewelry for her web site, Lori Anderson Designs, and wrote the blog An Artist's Year Off.  She is the creator of the Bead Soup Blog Party.


16 comments:

  1. Legos are kinda like cake (or pie) you just have to feel better with them. Your son is so precious!!

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  2. Your son is adorable. And a wise little man:-)

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  3. My younger son always begged me to take pictures of his lego and other "structures" he built out of things around the house.

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  4. so true! may we all find our equivalent of building blocks - because life should be awesome...

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  5. Such wise words from such a young man.

    I still like to play with Legos....

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  6. Out of the mouths of babes! He is tapped into a higher consciousness.
    Thank you for sharing those precious pics.
    Enjoy the day!
    Erin

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  7. Ok, now you're making me feel bad. I have tons of pics of the lego creations the kids have made, so now I'm gonna go post some pics! :)

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  8. I need some Legos! Or better yet, maybe a kid like Zack!

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  9. That's right... one block at a time - I give Zack an " "Atta Boy" ' which means a lot in this family. Enjoy ~~T

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  10. Zack is very bright and adorable. Lori dear just keep those Legos handy...

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  11. Love Legos. Love brilliantly insightful sons. Thanks for reminding me of my big one when he was a little one!

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  12. It sure does ~ one block at a time. What a darling little boy! (I have 2, btw :-) but they're late 20's :-(
    I'm partial to boys!

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  13. He is so adorable!!! Ayou are so lucky to have moral support in the form of a precious child!

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  14. It was consturctioneres for my son and he love them. He built everything with them. They help build the brain. and incourage creativity. And I never minded picking them up. We still have thise tiny little pieces he is 50 this Spring.
    Those photos of Zack art priceless. He is so precious and he has a super Mom who would think to take photos of lego structures.
    Be blessedd to be a blessing

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  15. Love Legos:) Since you said you collect, should I just send you (or Zack) little packages as I find them? I know I should keep them for years and years until we have grandchildren who can play with them but maybe by then you'll want to send them back.

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