Littlest one's birthday turned into a bit of a Legofest. You know when you mention to a couple of people that Lego may be a good idea.......and then you jump on the Lego bandwagon yourself? You get the picture. Oodles of the stuff.
I wanted to show you the treasure chest where we store the Lego. This trunk came from a photography studio in London where the Queen of Clean used to work a long time ago. He rescued this trunk from being put in the skip....can you believe anyone would consider throwing such a lovely thing away? I quizzed him on what this trunk was used for and he replied 'anything and everything', but when pushed admitted lights and cables for location shoots. It all sounds terribly glam....but I don't think it really was. I remember him working long, long hours and never having a chance to eat.
But back onto the point in hand. This trunk has been with us for years and has been used as a side table downstairs. Since we put wood flooring downstairs, this trunk has been banished upstairs to littlest one's room as we didn't want the metal underneath to scratch the floor. Actually I'm not worried about scratches at all......but I guess you know who is!
So this box stores lego...mainly The Queen of Clean's old childhood lego. And the odd stray Barbie leg, a ha .....so that's where they got to! But now, since littlest one's birthday we have lots more to add to the collection. I'm pondering on being super organised and keeping new/old lego separate....but I think that may cause stress. Which is always best avoided Chez Whoops-a-daisy.
That is Rose sat on the trunk in the top picture, she is growing just too fast.
And please be assured... this is the last trunk post. I have no more such containers with long and slightly romantic stories attached to them.