If you’ve been stopping by the website looking for the information on this month’s mini build, you may have missed my notice that children under 6 are no longer allowed to register for the event. This is why we haven’t posted information and build instructions for the September 2015 build yet. However, if you want
You are probably here because it’s the first of the month (or close enough) and you are looking for information on the next LEGO monthly mini build session, right? Have the LEGO Monthly Mini Build registration problems come to a head for you? You’re not alone. With numerous issues of people missing out on registrations because
The August 2015 LEGO Monthly Mini Build looks surprisingly like a squirrel, but in reality it’s a kangaroo! I was fairly far off the mark with my initial reference. In my defense, if you look at the picture from the mini build website, you could easily mistake what’s in the pouch for nuts. (Just give me
By now you should have heard that the registration for LEGO monthly mini builds has changed to an online format. So you probably already know that registration for the LEGO September 2015 monthly mini build opens tomorrow morning at 9:00am EST. If you haven’t, here’s the updated information from the Monthly Mini Model Build blurb
Last night, The Little Brick and I went to our first, appointment-based, LEGO Monthly Mini Build. Let me tell you, it was quite a different experience from previous events…and I rather liked it! We arrived at the mall an hour early to play at the indoor playground and get some wiggles out. Already, I could tell
Many of you have been coming to the website looking for information on the next LEGO Monthly Mini Build. I, like you, thought the registration would happen on the first of the month each month, but if you read the flyer below carefully (like I re-read it myself the other day), you’ll see registration doesn’t
I forget how busy the monthly mini build gets during summer. Yesterday, as I walked up to the store, I remembered the time we came a little too late during summer vacation and had one upset Little Brick. When I made a suggestion to my friend to meet me there 30 minutes earlier, I thought
Just a quick reminder the new LEGO Monthly Mini Build Program registration opens up today. Gone are the days of simply showing up to the store an hour before go time to snag a spot for the monthly build. Starting today, at 9am EST, you’ll need to register online for an “improved LEGO building
For the May 2015 LEGO Koala Monthly Mini Build we’re saying “hi” from sunny Florida! …Although it didn’t look too sunny in the photo above. Instead of our usual Atlanta store, we visited the LEGO Imagination Center at Disney Village. Because of how busy the area is, we weren’t super excited to do the build
Continuing the Sci-Fi theme, LEGO had kids building a UFO for the April 2015 LEGO monthly mini build. Some call it a “space” theme, but since the builds have been an alien, a space shuttle, and a robot, I’m more inclined to go with my “sci-fi” label. This month’s mini build was a UFO.
We had so much fun with the Monthly LEGO Club Meeting last month, I signed us up for this month as well. However, that didn’t stop us from going to this month’s free mini build! Last night’s LEGO monthly mini build was a robot. The Little Brick *loves* robots. Just say the word and
If you haven’t already seen it, last night’s LEGO Monthly Mini build was a sweet little space shuttle. This time, we went to the monthly build with a few friends in tow. The boys had never gone to a LEGO Monthly Mini Build, so I suspect this was a real treat for them. The
Last night, I decided to take The Little Brick to the LEGO store for the monthly store build. This month, it was the cutest mini racing plane. I was *sure* she would love it. I was really impressed with her building skills. She easily and quickly managed to build the model without major intervention from Mr.