Friday, April 11, 2008

LEgoooooo my LEGO


This uploading is taking forever! You may have just begun looking, but I'm going backwards to forwards, so I'm quite a few pictures in. I wish there was an easier way, which I'm certain there is, I just haven't figured it out, yet. But because it's frozen up on me, this will have to be Round One of Lego pictures. I will post the pre-Lego pictures on the next posting.
Sorry, but blogger is busying retrying and I don't want to risk losing all of this present.







I was attempting to take a picture of the Lego Flowers and then this Donkey jumped into the picture.
The faces scare me.










Doesn't it look like Rock Candy?
Yum!
I love Rock Candy.






"WOW, look at all the colors, MOM!"





I tried to talk Jackson into picking out a shirt versus a Lego box and wallet.
What can I say, Yellow is my favorite color.
Plus it was a cute shirt. Yes, I lost.









One of the interactive play bins.






Darth Vader ROCKS!!





Sullivan picked up that block and was pissed off at some random child nearby because the child wouldn't share with him. Forget about the fact that there were many other types of Lego made trucks that you could play with, nope, Sullivan wanted the excavator, and the boy wouldn't share with him. Perfect photo opp, if you ask me.


I was surprised to see a rolled up newspaper under his hand, versus a laptop. I'm glad that he hasn't been upgraded as of yet. Some things are better off kept 'the way they were.'


MOM: "Jackson, put that down so I can take a picture of you and Darth..."
Jackson: "BUT, MOMMMMMM, I really would like this set!"
MOM: "We just got here Jackson, let's be interactive and browse the store before picking out something to bag and carry, okay?"


Made out of Lego's. Hi Lil Mice!










See? It's soooooo cool! I want to go back, pronto!

Jackson building his own "guy" for $2.99. I think someone forgot to comb their hair prior to leaving...
...we'll blame it on his hat.



Doesn't it make you want to come to Chicago, and VISIT HERE?





















The End.
Welcome To Crustybeef~
Round 2 Stay tuned.

11 comments:

Susan said...

Crusty - I see you peeking at Darth's "saber"...."my what a big saber you have, Mr. Vader."

Actually, I loved seeing pictures of your boys - they resemble their Momma! Glad that all had fun and that they got to come home with their bags filled.

i can't build

fiwa said...

Wow - yes these pictures DO make me want to visit Chicago and play in the Lego store! Oh my god... the trouble I could get into in that place.

Great pictures!

SOUL: said...

isn't it amazing the stuff that they can make with legos!!!
soo cool.
kids look happy ---
love the cranky shot :))

happy weekend

Cheryl said...

I'm sure I'd love to see it all and I'd take as many pictures as you. Very very cool.

Cheryl said...

I'm sure I'd love to see it all and I'd take as many pictures as you. Very very cool.

Brad said...

What a great toy. I played with them more than any other toy as a boy. Jay and I actually bought ourselves a kit of them a few years back.

Diane Vogel Ferri said...

What a fun looking place.It reminds me of the M&M store I went to last summer - bins full of goodies! When my son was little and feelingbad about himself we'd always remind him how good he was at building LEgos and that would cheer him up.

Diane Vogel Ferri said...

What a fun looking place.It reminds me of the M&M store I went to last summer - bins full of goodies! When my son was little and feelingbad about himself we'd always remind him how good he was at building LEgos and that would cheer him up.

Portia said...

What a trip! I can see how a little guy would be totally swept away, it's a whole world of Legos!! Definitely a plus for Chicago:)
Your family is so completely adorable. I love the pictures!

abbagirl74 said...

Looks like the kiddos had so much fun. You rock mom!

austere said...

thank you!
That CrankyCranky one is perfect!