What do you do when your barely-out-of-diapers daughter asks you whether or not she has the right type of face? Writer Sharon Holbrook was faced with that question recently — and it all came about thanks to LEGOs.Read Full Story
LEGOs never go out of style, and kids (as well as many grown-ups) love anything related to them. This Valentine's Day, make your own LEGO-inspired candies from ice cube tray molds, and attach them to building brick-themed valentines. They'll be a hit with boys and girls alike.Read Full Story
If you've felt the blinding, white-hot rage of stepping on a LEGO in the dark before, then you are definitely a parent. But it's not just anger in the excruciating LEGO aftermath. LEGO pain will send you into a tailspin of complex emotions. I'm here to guide you through the process.Read Full Story
A note that was enclosed in a 1970s-era LEGO package explained that both boys and girls could play with LEGO toys because boys like dollhouses and girls like spaceships — a concept that still rings true today. However, the toy giant doesn't seem to still have the same mindset. Why not?Read Full Story
Last weekend my son earned a trip to the LEGO store to buy a few sets. In the area labeled "hard to find," he picked out the Research Institute — a LEGO Ideas set featuring three female scientists. I asked him what he liked about it, and he said, "Science. But it's not cool that it's all girls. It isn't fair. There should be at least one boy."Read Full Story
Love The LEGO® Movie? Before you pick up the DVD, take our quiz to find out which Brick City resident you're most like. Keep track of your answers and we'll tell you the outcome at the end. We're crossing our fingers that we're Lucy.Read Full Story
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