My boys were keen to get stuck into the latest box outside in the summer sun. It is a great activity outdoors, I want them to get as much fresh air as possible when its decent weather (it is after all a very long winter!).
The boys had plenty of space to spread out and work on different build projects. Youngest who is now 5 took more of an interest making his own this time round, usually he is on part collection duty for eldest, so it was lovely seeing him take a more active role with LEGO. Although with wonderful ranges like these its no surprise really he wanted to be involved.
We had lots of fun in particular with the new Ultra Agents product range. Our tough agent, Max Burns even found time to woo the ladies and show a more sensitive side. But when you’re used to surviving adventures like being trapped inside a hungry dinosaurs mouth and then escaping valiantly all limbs intact just covered in excess dino drool, you want to make the most of the more ordinary moments!
Such as giving a bouquet of flowers to your lovely lady, although I am not sure if he will be so keen on her when he realizes she is a actually super friendly with one of the Turtles!!! Karai speeding along on her motorbike caught our ultra agents eye and he thinks with a big enough bunch of flowers he can convince her to put her action packed days behind her and stay at home cooking him meals... given her unimpressed face I think he will be in for disappointment.
If you can bare to put the LEGO down you can also have a try of the Ultra Agents free app and unlock secret missions and other content. Everyone loves a hero and these dashing Ultra Agents fit the bill perfectly! The best thing about LEGO is whatever ranges you have they all compliment each other and the only limit is the borders of your child's imagination, so let them go fourth and have the freedom to create LEGO adventures of their choosing.