An Ode to Lego. #StreamTeam

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Netflix as a part of my participation on the Netflix Stream Team. All opinions are always my own.

A Lego Poem…

The journey starts with the very first block,
Using your imagination absolutely rocks!

Creativity is awesome just like best friends,
Building together, the fun never ends.

Kids get inspired and parents knowingly smile,
Expressions of art and engineering make it worthwhile.

Meet us on the couch because the moment is now.
But don’t step on a piece! We know the feeling … “Ow!” 😉

I defintiely know that awful feeling of stepping on a Lego piece, especially when it’s in the middle of the night. That’s the worse! But when it comes to creativity and my children, it’s sad I have to say this — they didn’t get it from me.  My girls can take a bunch of legoes and build something that I would’ve never thought of.  My son is the same way. Bless their hearts.  If they came out like their uncreative mother, they’d be in big trouble.  Not to say I’m not creative — I am. But not when it comes to toys and building things with Legoes.  In the kitchen – well, that’s another story.

My kids were pretty happy when I received some Legoes in the mail from our friends over at Netflix.  We received the Lego Friends Birthday Party Set, just in time for my daughter’s actual 11th birthday and the Lego Bionicle Gali Uniter of Water.

Lefo Friends Birthday Party

Lego Bionicle Gali Uniter of Water

I rememeber when my son was about 8 or 9 he would build any bionicle in less than 30 minutes.  I couldn’t believe my eyes.  His older cousins would request for him to build theirs as well. Needless to say, he build this one in a flash too!

Thanks to Netflix, we can all watch those Lego buddies come to life with two new shows.

LEGO Friends Camp Wild Hearts Still 2

LEGO Friends: The Power of Friendship


LEGO Bionicle: The Journey to One

For the “older” kids 😉Netflix in March

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