Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Wordless Wednesday (Mission Accomplished)

Props to the hubs for a job well done, he held in there long after little man got tired of building. 

54 comments:

Janine Huldie said...

Rose, sounds similar to my husband recently with the Barbie Mega Blocks my girls wanted, which he had to build a pool and beach house!! Yeah, so glad he did it, because man I was so not going to be able to put those together!!

Pat Hatt said...

He did a great job, can't beat the TMNT.

alissa apel said...

That looks fun! Your hubby did a great job.

Jennifer {Life Darling} said...

LOL, that's what ends up happening at our house, too! *sigh*

mail4rosey said...

LOL, I was going to do it but we lost a Lego. By the time it made its way back around dad had way more interest in it than I did. :)

mail4rosey said...

A family fave for 20 years. :)

mail4rosey said...

LOL, thanks Alissa. ;)

mail4rosey said...

I was laughing when little man came to me and said, "I'm tired, mom. Dad's still doing the Legos." lolol

Sonya M. Jones said...

LOL! Great job Dad!

Theresa said...

Send that over to my hubby. I think he is secretly miffed that we didn't have boys because he was a HUGE Lego fanatic when he was a boy. My girls never did get into them lol.

Leslie @ Violet Imperfection said...

Turtle power!

Lisa Isabella Russo said...

Aww, that's so cute! Good job on getting it done too, I tend to get distracted at times with projects myself...

Jen said...

This is awesome!!! :) I love it. :)

Kelly Blackwell @ Heres My Take On It said...

That is awesome. I love legos. :)

Jennifer @ Mom Spotted said...

Why do we always end up being the ones to finish...

Andreea B said...

Cool lego building :). Happy WW

myshelomitashop said...

That is sooo cool!

Ai Sakura said...

looks good! well done to your hubs :)

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stevebethere said...

That is great heheh!

Have a Legotastic week and thanks for stopping by ;-)

My Journey With Candida said...

LOL... looks like he enjoyed it more than the little man.

Masshole Mommy said...

My oldest got a Pirates of the Caribbean Lego Pirate Ship and it was way beyond him. It took me & Chris SIX hours to put that thing together.

Mamal Diane said...

Great job Dad!

Kristi Maloney said...

He did a great job. He must have a lot of patience! It would take a lot outta me to do that - I have NONE. :) Happy Easter!

Ciprian Hriscu said...

I have a 5 years old boy in the house with the same passion! :)

Kenya G. Johnson said...

Get ready! I think it was last summer - yep age 7 - that I was shocked Christopher built something without my help and he's been doing it ever since. His dresser is filled with built vehicles. I call it a very constructive waste of money. He builds them drives them or flies them around a bit and then the go there.

Stacy Uncorked said...

That is so impressive! Your hubby must have the patience of a saint! :)

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Optimistic Existentialist said...

Ah this picture brings back memories :)

The Crumby Mummy said...

That's impressive! We are still on the chunky Mega Blocks but one day! :o0 Thanks for linking up! X

Secondary Roads said...

Cool! Teenage Mutant Ninja Fire Fighters? How does it get better than that? Happy WW.

Wendy S said...

LOL!! That's too funny! I'm usually the one who stays focused on completing a Lego project while the kids go wander off and do something else. ;)

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Cool! We love Legos here :-)

OrangeHeroMama said...

That's great! :)

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Brandy said...

Wow, that is awesome! Looks like it took a lot of time and patience!

Cyndi Calhoun said...

That looks like it was fun to make. :) Happy Wednesday!

Frugal in WV said...

We have so many legos here too :) My kids get bored half way through a project and I am always finishing things for them. Then two seconds later they destroy it for fun!

Marie Moody said...

Oh how I remember when! My boys loved their blocks. I also remember when I was little I had similar blocks, but they were all white, and you could build houses etc out of them too! My dad would play too, and some how I remember a poem he taught me that he had to learn and say in front of his class. "I had a wind up engine. It ran around the floor. Daddy played and played with it, and then he played some more. This year I'll get him a gift, an engine of this own. Then he'll play with his toys and leave mine alone". LOL Have a great day & thanks for helping me remember wonderful memories! Have a great day & thanks for stopping by!

Leovi said...

Excellent construction!

Raising Reagan said...

It's crazy how involved those kits are ... the ages on the box are not accurate at all.
At least they got it done! yay!!

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Kathryn Lavallee said...

LOL! My oldest has just finally gotten to the point where he will build an entire set himself...as long as it's not too big. I've learned to stick with smaller sets if I don't want to spend the whole day building!

Mystery Case said...

Great job! Happy WW, have a fab week and feel free to pop over and link up at Ms Mystery Case for some more WW action.

Sue said...

good job, that is fun for kids & dad's to enjoy together.

Thanks for sharing :)

Pride In Photos said...

Isn't that the way it is...the parents always have to finish it♥

Our Neck of the Woods said...

Good job, Mr. Rosey! Looks wonderful :)

Chatty Crone said...

He's a great lego builder. sandie

Maria said...

that is awesome! this brings back memories of my brother and his obsession with legos when he was younger.
your huband did an awesome job...i bet your son loved it!!
hope you have a relaxing night. <3<3<3
maria

~ Noelle said...

Nice!!!! We have times like this... but its normally mommy trying... (long after Broxton and the big brothers give up!)

Anonymous said...

I love legos and appreciate anybody who can put them together! Happy WW!

Judy Haughton-James said...

Your husband did a great job Rosey! It must be such a wonderful feeling to see everything fall in place.

Joyce Lansky said...

He must be one of these engineer types.

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Ruchira Khanna said...

wow...i am sure a lot of patience went into it :)

Colette S said...

Yes dad usually sticks to it :)
Very nice outcome. I'm sure the boy was very excited!
How long before it was broken down?

ChatterBlossom said...

That is impressive!
-Jamie
ChatterBlossom

mail4rosey said...

If only I had a good answer for this one. ;) But it was fun while it lasted.

Paula Miller said...

Nice! I'm a terrible Lego-builder. My brain just doesn't work that way lol.

Thanks for linking up for WW!