How good would it be to have somewhere to play with the lego so it wasn't all over the floor, somewhere to save the masterpieces and somewhere safe for the tiny little lego heads and extras - so they can escape the hoover (and I can escape putting my hand in there :o )
They play with them for 5 minutes - (then I take over :) ) - and once we are finished instead of it being all over my carpet I can fasten the toggle and they are all safely inside.
We can also take them away without fear of a spillage in the car. Nobody wants lego heads under the brake pedal :o
And it has this handy little pocket for the most important pieces - this is Finlay's favourite - Superman. Remember how obsessed he is with Superman? (Here, here and here :) ) I love teeny tiny lego Superman - and Clark Kent :)
So the Lay'N'Go is perfect for playing with lego and also storing lego, carting lego around and saving the hoover and my toes from pesky lego men and bricks.
The next solution both my children got this Christmas my brother-in-law made.
A big lego tray!!
My sister found this pin and convinced her husband to make 4 of these for my two and her two :)
It is so much fun building on here and when you are in the middle of a masterpiece but have to
make tea do your homework the tray is a safe place to leave semi-built lego
Also good for a hero battle
Or a bedroom - big lego bricks work too :)
Now the lego can be displayed without rolling under the couch and doesn't have to all be packed away before the building is complete.
Thanks Uncle Grant!!
✿ Now get to bed kids I have some lego I need to play with....and you don't have anything you need to tidy up first! ✿