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Friday, October 21

Friday Toys: Lego Legends of Chima

Lego has been part of every kid in every generation and just by the four letter word kids easily recognizes the brand and the name of this toy that enhances the imagination of every child. Of course this Dad was once a child as well and became very much crazy about this toy. We may not have more of this but we're still blessed to have aunts who loves us very much.That's why I was able to at least enjoy my childhood with this toy.

As for my kids well, they are lucky because we can afford to buy these kind of toys but of course on a limited budget. In one of my son's birthday, Maki, we gave him the luxury of picking his gift and documented the whole scene. It was fun and enjoying seeing your kid do his thing of choosing what wants to buy for himself on a limited a budget.

So, our toy for this Friday.... err rather Saturday already but everyday is Friday for kids like us (Hahaha), the LEGO's Legends of Chima. I'm not really familiar with this story but will try to have a little info about it.

According to wikipedia "Legends of Chima is an American/Danish animated television series based on the LEGO Legends of Chima series of LEGO sets." and the plot of the story according to Lego is "LEGO® Legends of Chima™, an original LEGO property set in a mythical land of magical animal tribes who compete for CHI, a valuable energy source which gives them extraordinary powers over one another." So, basically the story is about the different animals which are shaped and interconnected by Lego to form an interesting piece for the kids.

As for us, Maki did get two of the characters, one from the spider tribe and one from the gorilla tribe but the spider got vehicle and more firepower.... I think. Anyway, Maki was eager to build the Lego set and gladly that it was easy enough to follow the instructions that's why we were able to finished putting it together, fast.

What's interesting doing this Lego is that you get to bond with your kids while doing it. Both of you get to enjoy things together.

So, how about you, what is your bonding time with your kids?
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