Monday, January 09, 2012

You, and I, and Sir Lancelot jump out of the rabbit...

Wooden block castle
Mr. Spock, and Muffin Man, and I took turns adding blocks to this castle. It is made of 67 individual blocks. They were a gift from MakesBooksForGrandkids and SingsLullabyes, and are handmade in the US. This is the starter set.

This set is an example of a high-quality product made domestically. It's also an example of something I maybe wouldn't own if it weren't given to us as a gift. If you have someone in your life who you think would like something like these awesome blocks, won't you consider getting a set for them?

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

That really was fun. We each took turns, go around the table, pick blocks from the pile. Then, after all the blocks were distributed, we took turns again, going around the table, building that castle with each of us adding one block at a time. No removals, no relocations. You placed your block and there it stayed.

Kinda cool that our family made that thing in such a concerted way.

-ms

Two Sheds said...

Yeah, but can you build a large wooden badger with them?

liz said...

No. For that, you need Tinker Toys. Which we have.