We riffed off our friends, the Ences, on their LEGO challenge idea of dream vacation. I couldn’t think of somewhere I wanted to go, so Jenni asked which Marvel location I’d want to visit. Without much hesitation, I answered, “Wakanda.”
The creativity of children continues to remind me of how simple fun and joy can be.
‘Puter! Who’s the darkest knight of them all?
Bruce has always dreamed of owning his favorite Star Wars spaceship. For his birthday, we happily obliged. He was so excited to build this set and it is a great addition to our Rebel fleet.
Music credit: The March of the Resistance by John Williams (Cover by Sebastián Rivera)
Since my first post about LEGO photography, we’ve continued to collect brick sets to play, create, and photograph. I love that our kids unleash their imagination by minfig stories or constructing structures and vehicles. This past year, I’ve upgraded my lighting equipment to improve my shots and tried timelapse videos as we built some sets. I’ve joked with Jenni that we’ve probably spent a little much on LEGO lately.
After months of anticipation for The Great American Eclipse, we drove early in the morning to experience its totality. That was my plan A, which became plan B, then plan C, then back to plan A.