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sharondarlene
Aug 29, 2017
I try to be fast sometimes but it seems my wrists just will not accommodate me!! Still fun and I so enjoy!!!
rahrah1820
Oct 10, 2017
Sharon, I know just what you mean. There are times I can't use my wrist much either, but I just keep on pluggin', like you! :)
sharondarlene
Oct 14, 2017
YES! We have to keep on keeping on rahrah1820. I so enjoy Jigsaws.....find them so relaxing. Guess that is why I find myself in no hurry!!!!!
SulieAnnoct
Aug 18, 2017
I'm a little slow but i'm relatively new, or old as the case may be. I enjoy the puzzles and the comments.
rahrah1820
Oct 10, 2017
Welcome to the puzzled group, Sulie! Don't worry about the time it takes to complete these puzzles. I hardly ever even look at the scoreboard. I enjoy myself, relax, and keep my hands and brain active.
pixipixil
Aug 5, 2017
That was a snap. Would like to see a Lego competition some time.
I wonder if they'll ever come out with curvy pieces. I used to buy Lego sets for my son when he was little, but building things didn't interest him. He just liked smashing his cars together. (Sigh.)
Wishing you a constructive weekend.
mamag15
Aug 5, 2017
We have had Lego competition in one of our local churches. It is a great way for kids to get together and do something fun. My son used to take his cars apart or, like your son, smash them up. My week end is not going to be constructive at all as my back is out of whack again. The whole right side down to my leg. What is really bad is I have to take care of hubby. He can't do much of anything because of his breathing. COPD and asthma are not fun. Have a blessed weekend.
marine5153
Aug 5, 2017
Legos kept my kids occupied, for sure. I have 8 children, 7 of whom were teenagers at ONCE. while the youngest was 5 (twins in the middle). It was a trip. LOL. At this stage of my life, I am thankful to HAVE them. They are very helpful, caring and work hard.
trynfindit
Aug 5, 2017
Pixi, your comment about your son smashing cars together reminded me about my son; he would build model cars and/or buy cheap plastic cars with some of his allowance and then play 'crash and burn' with them. I only found out about this game one day when I found a burned, half melted plastic car he'd forgotten about.
pixipixil
Aug 5, 2017
Mine would have me sit at one end of a hall and he and I would release our vehicles from opposite ends and have them crash. Thankfully he was too young them (4) for the burn part. We never smoked so there weren't matches lying around. My brother, however, enjoyed watching matches burn beneath my mother's upholstered furniture. She foudn the burnt matches there but thenkfully he never set the house on fire from it.
kittycat77
Aug 5, 2017
Don't know if they have competition but if you live in or near Manchester, NH they have a lego place that has all kinds of buildings.
pixipixil
Aug 6, 2017
Thanks for the pointer kittycat. Not sure if we'll ever get over there but it's a possibility.
KarenBuglet
Aug 6, 2017
You story reminded me of the year my little brother got Lincoln Logs for Christmas. He had played with them at a friends and asked Santa for them. First thing he did when he opened them was build something so he could catapult them across the room. Mom cried, "THAT'S what you wanted them for? " So yeah, little boys often seem to have a destructive bent.
pixipixil
Aug 7, 2017
Must be the need for excitement.
trynfindit
Aug 7, 2017
LOL. Typical male adrenaline.

When my son was a baby, but able to stand in his crib holding on to the rail, he would bounce so hard he flipped himself out of the crib and onto the floor three times before he was three years old. We tried everything to get him to stop including tying a sheet across the crib like a "ceiling." He figured out how to bounce in between the rail and the edge of the sheet. He walked unaided when he was 7 months old.
pixipixil
Aug 7, 2017
Wow. He and my granddaughter would have made a pair. She could climb out of anything because she could put her leg up until her foot was over her head and lever herself out of anything with a railing...and she'd get in one of those bouncy swings and bounce so fast she'd be a blur. I don't know how it didn't shake her brain loose. She was only 2 at the time.
BayGrannie
Aug 8, 2017
OK pixi--so what was your call to fame at the age of 2--I can only remember back to when I was 3 y/o & overheard my mom speaking to a friend about a baby coming to our house. I so hoped it might be a girl. But when this baby came--it was a boy. We were all sitting around the kitchen table eating dinner one night trying to come up with a name..."No fair, I added, this baby's name should be Susan." We already have a Paul & a John--why not Susan? It's a perfectly nice name. Next night I found out that Susan would be called Joseph (he liked Joe). So went my perfectly planned "sister".....blessings to everybody who has the luck of a sister (& begrugingly even a brother). Now, they are my best buds. X0X0
pixipixil
Aug 9, 2017
In my late 2's and maybe early 3's my parents went to the Catskills for two summers.One year for a costume party they dressed me up as a bride. Another they dressed me up as a cigarette girl (like a kewpie doll but I had a tray with cigarettes & matches I carried. I even had on heels which were enormous on me but I managed not to fall or trip). One of those years they put me on a table and I sang "In Your Easter Bonnet."
We moved to LI from Brooklyn when I was 3 1/2 and from that summer on never went upstate so it had to be before we moved.
I can remember picking up a lit cigarette from an ashtray to try and smoke it but my mom caught me in time. I remember holding sparklers on the 4th of July and my dad bringing me home a wooden tugboat as a toy. I still dream of that house sometimes. I have lots of memories of living there but can't say my age because we did go back to visit until the city forced my grandmother out to expand a schoolyard on the next block.
BayGrannie
Aug 9, 2017
WOW pixi--such vivid memories from such a young lady! I' m proud of you--I also dream of my birth home & our beautiful new place we moved to in a lovely area when I was 13 y/o, Oh boy, we were the richest family around! But, I must say, that lovely mansion was the result of my dad's hard work.
pixipixil
Aug 9, 2017
What was it like?
BayGrannie
Aug 10, 2017
Pixi-we moved into a lovely neighborhood, with large brick homes and large lots. It was great fun meeting new friends. At the end of our road, was an historic home where the owner & her descendents were part of the "Underground Railroad". They would give food & shelter to slaves on the run--and tell them how to progress to the next safe house. There was a creek they could follow right in front of her house & passing thru our property. She was a big wig at Pa Historical society. When they held a party, it was a PARTY. We could walk around the house and it was true--bed&mattress were so high they had a step stool to climb into their bed.
pixipixil
Aug 11, 2017
Did it have a canopy also? Sounds like falling out of that bed might really hurt.
What an exciting neighborhood to be a part of.
I grew up in Levittown. It had its good points like a pool walking distance from the house that was free to residents. Mostly I didn't like it much except that we had a strip of undeveloped land behind the house and I spent many days there collecting rocks, chasing butterflies, piucking wild blackberries. I think without that I'd have been bored.
trynfindit
Aug 12, 2017
We had a high four poster bed and when we'd first gotten it my husband DID fall out of it. Make quite a thud. We had a strip of woods also that I used to play in (it was more fun than playing silly things with the other girls). I went everywhere barefoot even in that little woods. There was a high area that I used for my stage and always performed to appreciative audiences (squirrels, butterflies and the like). Loved that little woods.
pixipixil
Aug 12, 2017
Sounds magical. There were no woods by us. I would have loved that.
dbnc2
Aug 5, 2017
My great grandson just had his 9th. birthday
he wanted money for presents
so he could buy Legos
that's what he got
carolsapple
Aug 5, 2017
Cool one of my grandmothers was always travelling on business. Then she'd return with a present. Then one day I was annoyed because my nephew was disrespectful and rude to her. My sister wouldn't address it and my bil wanted to. She was bringing him back a gift. She was in her 80's and his attitude was gimme my prezzie. She said nothing is open and my nephew says oh walmart is open. My issue was his attitude and in the manner in which he was communicating with her!
nlbuchanan
Aug 5, 2017
I'm with you, Carolsapple, children can be so rude and materiallistic these days and their parents do nothing. But, just let someone else say something to the child and watch the fur fly!
carolsapple
Aug 5, 2017
We all could hear my bil and sis arguing loudly in the kitchen. She wanted to let his rude behavior slide - oh no don't make a scene. He said Heck No! I'm not going to have my son disrespect his grandmother. She did the same thing when we all were on vacation. My father was in a wheelchair and my nephew was running the wheelchair into everyone's feet. My bil said that's it in the car - she's like omg! were on vacation. She's done it to me as well. Allows my niece to be rude to me and then allows the child to lecture me about respect? Then she's in public screaming at me? Now I won't even speak to her. Even if she emails me I won't answer her.
BayGrannie
Aug 8, 2017
NICE........! I would do the same. But my grandsons don't seem happy going step by step to build something. They seem to want everything already done for them. Even in Logan Airport, we saw a gigantic Lego display--and I accepted the challenge! Let's go make one of these in my family room. Boy the doom & gloom on their faces make me feel sad that they wouldn't KNOW the glory of creation & would just settle.
nlbuchanan
Aug 5, 2017
I remember well my trip to Lego Land south of LA when my grandchildren were 4 and 7. Much more enjoyable than Disneyland with a 4 year-old. Disneyland was overwhelming and Lego Land had only been open a few years so it wasn't nearly as crowded.

God bless you all.
abacii
Aug 5, 2017
Has anybody else stepped on a Lego in bare feet?
ctjan
Aug 5, 2017
Ouchee! I bet many a parent has done that. But, what a wonderful toy.
KNadineM
Aug 5, 2017
Yep! They really hurt.
GrannyT
Aug 5, 2017
A rite of parenthood.
nightmare
Aug 5, 2017
Yes! That really hurts.
carolsapple
Aug 5, 2017
Yes I've stepped a Lego piece with barefeet. Ugh! Two dogs in 6 months taken to the ER vet. I called the property manager and he kept saying how can I help you? Then oh I gotta go - fine.
trynfindit
Aug 5, 2017
If you step on them with shoes on they make a nice crunch.
jas6415
Aug 5, 2017
My kids loved building with lego...They had buckets of them
GrannyT
Aug 5, 2017
My grand kids favorite toy.
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