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A moc LEGO cars bricks against children’s Christmas boredom – we play together.

Construction of a car from Lego blocks for today's boring pre-Christmas winter evenings. We sit on the carpet, pour out the blocks and build a progressive space vehicle.

Construction of a moc LEGO cars for today’s boring pre-Christmas winter evenings. We sit on the carpet, pour out the blocks and build a progressive space vehicle.

A moc LEGO cars – blocks against children’s Christmas boredom – we play in a family circle.

Moc LEGO cars is best idea, when Christmas is coming slowly that’s just the way in our family that we set company duties aside. When Christmas cleaning and the bulk of cooking are already behind us. It turns out that much free time remains for us. We already know that it’s the best to devote it to the family. So, what to do – painting, a board game? Oh, no way – “Dad, build something from blocks for us”. Here we strew blocks in a large room and it’s already possible to build something creative. We sit down on a carpet (it’s my favourite form of building from blocks!). And we deliberate what to build. A task must be at least from the space! The family holiday trip to another planet was a choice this time and it fell to my lot to build a deep-space vehicle from LEGO® blocks.

A moc LEGO cars – but so cosmic, the fastest at that and necessarily red – phew!, children’s expectations.

Folks, a little hour of building, and me, kids were searching for the blocks. And my task was all the more difficult that the whole vehicle had been supposed to be necessarily red. An interesting form doesn’t satisfy my kids anymore, the vehicle also has to look aesthetically (from what I can remember, it completely didn’t matter to me when I was a child). But okay!

The scent of baked pies spreads around, and we – in the large room – focused to the limit. Only the rustle of searched LEGO® blocks can be heard. Children’s perseverance in searching appropriate blocks was worth the effort. Here we have the space vehicle just right for the family trip to another planet that will kill children’s winter boredom. And I – a moment of rest from all that, right to sink in an armchair with my favourite book in the English version. What? It’s known that a cosmic one (kids probably adopted these interests from me) – “The Hitchiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” by this small red space vehicle; I love such holidays  the most – when everybody gets something from life.

#BadPirateA moc LEGO cars bricks against children’s Christmas boredom – we play together.
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