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    waiting in line at the lego store with dado's Nordic Side Effect




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    it's the monthly mini build at the lego store...




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    Cute pics! How do you organize the Legos within the Side Effect or the SCB? Have you ever been to Legoland? Is it nice?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoStanford View Post
    Cute pics! How do you organize the Legos within the Side Effect or the SCB? Have you ever been to Legoland? Is it nice?
    When we're stepping out and he wants to bring legos along, they usually just get put in the Side Effect or SCB. Mini Figures usually end up in the zippered pocket of the SCB.

    The 3D cube is a great way of legos amongst other stuff.

    We have been the Legoland Windsor (in the UK). My son enjoyed it, but it was bit of a disappointment. A few rides didn't work. We would have liked to have seen more hands-on exhibits. Basically, it was a below average Lego themed amusement park.
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    I'll have to try this next time with my Nordic and Solar SE for the boys. They'll love being hands free and having their mini figures with them. Legoland Florida is awesome (....because everything is awesome...)
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    Fun! I know that lego store well! My oldest son loves Legos too :) Great idea to use a 3d organizer for them for trips. I'll have to give that one a try.

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    My 6.5yo son loves Lego too, but we have had to limit his play as he has a tendency to leave pieces lying around which the younger brother (almost 3yo) will play with and throw around the room. Ouch! when stepped on. My kids would love Legoland too. I think the nearest one to us is Kuala Lumpur.
    By the way, Maverick, your son carries your SE very well. Suits him. :)


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