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Momma_Dee said…
Lovely girls!
I see lego's!!

Ever step on those things?
i can't seem to come up with an good idea to store all of my sons growing lego collection..
any idea's?

Hi kitties!!! So cute!
shy_smiley said…
Crusty: House is overrun by Legos. I wish Jack would build a set and then leave it on the shelf, play with it when he wants to, then replace it. But he doesn't play that way. Instead, he embellishes and expands and leaves them laying around, so YES I have stepped on Legos. We don't really store them... I have a giant Rubbermaid bin we put them in... hard to know what to do with Legos, but I sure do love 'em.

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