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8 Reasons Why Parents Hate Legos

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  1. I totally relate! Oh, the stepping accidents. How they hurt… 😀

    1. Daisy Suman says:

      lol…they are the worst, more so when it’s the middle of the night and you have you force yourself to suppress a cry! Thank you so much for stopping by and commenting 🙂

  2. Crystal says:

    I have managed to keep the legos upstairs and haven’t stepped on any in a few months. Knock on wood-now I’ll be watching my steps! LOL

    1. Daisy Suman says:

      Wow…amazing feat!! Knock on wood for sure. In our home, Legos have a life of their own and are found everywhere!! Thanks for stopping by.

  3. Healing Mama says:

    My kids haven’t gotten legos yet. I’m so scared of the mess they will make with them. And my son is still young and I’m scared he will choke on one. Also, I’m not ready to step on them! LOL.

    1. Daisy Suman says:

      I know, I used to be quite scared when my son was younger too…they are so teeny-tiny and so tempting for little ones to put in the mouth! I guess you will have to wait a couple more years before you can usher in the Lego Fever into your home 😉 Thanks for stopping by.

  4. Marisa says:

    LOL! Legos are a big deal in my house. My son AND daughter haul the two big tubs we have of the tiny pieces into the living room on a regular basis. I used to get mad when my son would build an amazing structure and then take it all apart to make something else. Seems awfully silly now. And yes, they are a giant pain to clean up when my four-year-old dumps them out all over the floor!

    1. Daisy Suman says:

      ha ha ha…they just love dumping them on the floor, I don’t know why. My son goes one step further and then scatters them all over the room too. It does get annoying sometimes, but then it is fun too 🙂 Thanks for stopping by.

  5. Ha, ha! We have one large sackful of them, and despite my attempts to keep them IN said sack, we find pieces everywhere! I’m convinced they are a sentient species sent here to torture parents.

    1. Daisy Suman says:

      LOL! Can’t get the image out of my mind of little lego people attacking and torturing us in the middle of the night 😉 Thank you for stopping by.

  6. Lol! I am glad you guys have managed to calm your lego fever by now! My daughter got a small princess set, put it together, played once or twice…and that was it. :-/ Guess I should count my blessings?

    1. Daisy Suman says:

      Yes, please! You should stay away from this viral thing for as long as you can, but rest assured, this is not the end. She may develop the Lego Fever down the road too. So do keep a watch 😉 Thanks for stopping by.

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