Do you remember those Taco Bell commercials in the late ’90’s? I loved them. I even bought a couple plush Taco Bell chihuahua dogs.
When series 10 came out, Trendsetter was my favorite out of them all, but only because she came with this dog. This just might be my most favorite Lego animal. What a tiny, cute, 1 stud animal! I have bought a few Trendsetters just to get more chihuahuas.
Do you have a favorite Lego animal?
Pictured: Trendsetter‘s chihuahua
Sorry for the lack of updates. My family has just relocated to the Pacific Northwest, specifically Oregon. We are really excited about this move. But we really are going to miss our family and friends in southern California. Not to mention all the Lego stores. We left a state that has 10 Lego stores (6 Lego stores within 3 hours, and the closest one being 15 minutes away) to a state that has just one and it’s almost 5 hours away. Oh well. Thankfully the Lego Store isn’t the only store that sells Lego.
Anyone reading this blog from Oregon?
Whenever we host or help host a party, I always like to have games. And not just games for kids, but for the adults. And I try to have good prizes too, that way, the adults want to participate and/or get crazy competitive. Also, I always try to have the games or prizes have something to do with Lego.
Last weekend we had a party and I had a Lego memory game. I saw this game recently and thought it was a good idea. I set up 33 Lego items and labeled them. I gave the participants 1 minute to look at the items before covering them up again. Then the participants had 1.5 minutes to write down everything they could remember. It was a lot of fun. The winners (it was a tie) remembered 22 things and received a Target gift card.
At previous parties, we’ve had kids build cars and race them (like Build and Test at Legoland), we’ve had people build the same small airplane and see who was the quickest, and we’ve had a Duplo tower building contest.
My favorite game was at a friend’s party. They had a huge box of minifig parts and you had to assemble as many as you could in a minute. Each minifig had to have a hat or hair piece, a head, body and legs.
Have you had any Lego games at parties you’ve hosted?
Hello Kitty on her tricycle just can’t keep up with the big girls on their bikes. The inferior quality of Mega Bloks is exposed yet again!
I despise Mega Bloks because they are so poorly made. But I do own some. If it wasn’t for their license with Hello Kitty then I wouldn’t have any at all. My love for Hello Kitty is just a bit more than my dislike for Mega Bloks. What are you thoughts on Mega Bloks? Do you own any?
Pictured: Skater Girl, Hello Kitty and Tricycle from MB School House
Happy Jewel Day!
I forgot to mention last week that our blog is 1 year old! I just want to thank all of you for visiting our blog. We hope you enjoy the pictures as much as we do taking them. A big THANK YOU to Eric of Lego a Day and Lego Girl of World of Minifigs for being our top commenters!
Pictured: Truck and ATV from 4437 City Police Pursuit
The original pot head:
John Chapman, also known as Johnny Appleseed 1774-1845
A generous man who loved animals and people. He planted thousands of apple trees and, oddly, he used a pot for a hat.
Happy Johnny Appleseed Day!