Some people – kids in particular but not always – play. Well, there is play, and there is PLAY!
My little friend is very serious about his building blocks. So much so that he has named every piece and, along with his brother, builds by calling for the proper building block, while his brother hunts and pecks and delivers. In the end, a fabulous structure, which is usually referred to as a hotel. 🙂 These two don’t fool around when they PLAY!
And, in the end, when the building is completed, we wave goodbye and drift on to the next excellent PLAY adventure.
Well. We may need a little more practice with this one!
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I did have fun. They are absolutely adorable!
Thanks! And I get to watch (and play with) them all school year long! 😉
you made me smile with your last picture!
They make me smile Monday through Friday. 😉
Glad I could supply the smile.
I often like to get lost in playing – I’ve four grandchildren you know – and they all like humor too …
That is wild. God bless the brother who has to show up with the right piece. I mean to name them in your own head is one thing – to bring somebody else into that world is rough.
They do it. Funny to watch – and play. ;-). I get confused. They don’t.
Now THAT’S how to play!
Start saving for architect school.
Every building is going to need an ootha.
Not me! Lol. I just watch them. 😉
Now that is a lot of fun indeed Gemma. So adorable! 😀
Thanks, Sonel. 😉
so cute, and informative. I partially learned a new language ( block names) 🙂
I’m still working on it but my memory stinks!! 🙂
Kids are amazing.
What a great team they make, Gemma. That building looks very sound. 🙂
That they are. I am fortunate to be able to care for them each day. Thanks, ad. 😉
Kids inspire us to dream and create something pure and amazing. Looks like our two talented builders not only created a cool masterpiece but a memory that is fun and wonderful.
Between the memories and the fun times, makes for a good relationship. Thanks, IT.;-)
I was amazed at how patiently they posed for you, Gem. You were interrupting play! 🙂
They are all about me taking pix. And then comes the “let me see” as soon as the photo is taken. It took a while to get through the naming of the blocks, since he had to see each one after it was taken. 😀
Can’t wait to visit a REAL Hotel these boys build!
And I’ll bet they will, some day. 😉
Thanks for stopping by, Jasmine.
Your very welcome
I can see you ALL had the chance to play with this post Gemma 😉
It’s amazing that they both remember the names of the pieces.
They are smart and funny and I love watching (and playing with) them. Who knew that at 62 I’d be making Lego creations and constructing bridges and hotels. 🙂
Thanks for stopping by, Colline.
That is the fun thing about young children – they get you to feeling like a kid again 🙂
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Hi Gem, love this! I particularly like “WOTH” and “OOTHA”, and the waving goodbye photo too. You’re lucky to be able to photograph youngsters like this. Hope you’re well! Adrian
They keep me young, Adrian. ;-). And yes, I am very lucky.