Lego Castle


Well, we attempted our Lego castle as you can see above. I don’t think we did too bad of a job for our first try, especially if you factor in that we were using the big little kid’s Legos and did have any arch pieces.

To be honest, my wife did a lot of the building and architecture on that castle. I mostly handled the front gate. Our daughter, of course, made sure Winnie the Pooh and Tigger had their proper place in things 🙂

Sadly, not long after this picture was taken, Pinky Pie My Little Pony crashed her giant Ice Cream truck through the mighty castle wall and took the throne by force, turning the once mighty kingdom into a Red Lobster. She immediately felt remorse, promising not to crash her truck into the castle again because “her wheels would fall off.” Unfortunately, the damage was already done.

Watch Out Pooh!

8 thoughts on “Lego Castle

  1. See, the problem is that you had your Pooh Triplets line of defense on the same side of the castle as the Tigger of Terror. They should have been on a rotation that kept them on opposite sides of the castle so one of them would have had time to respond to that threat from the menacing Pinky Pie My Little Pony.

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