This set-up seems a little precarious for my kids, but the boxes he used (small and large GLIS boxes) are both awesome and inexpensive for LEGO storage. I detailed our LEGO storage setup using these boxes on my personal blog: http://justlikethenumber.com/2012/06/lego-storage-for-young-builders/
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We purchased the Strider Running Bike last year for my son's 2nd birthday. He was obsessed with big kid bikes, so we wanted to get a balance bike that most resembled a real bike. He's loved it since day one and his favorite thing in the world is to take it to the local skate park and ride it down the small ramps. I love the looks he gets when people see a 2-year-old "riding" a bike. We've been super pleased with the quality - he's wrecked a few times and he throws it around, but it still looks virtually new.
Learning to Ride a BikeRoundup | Apartment Therapy Ohdeedoh
|6/15/10 7:52 AM|
We use the Box4Blox to organize our legos, too, and I'll second what EllaAnne said about it. It works great for our purposes - we don't have a whole slew of Legos and my 7 y/o daughter doesn't play with them much. It works great for her - when she does play with them she like to separate the box layers and just pick from there. When she's not using them the box fits neatly on her bookshelf. I have a 2 y/o boy who I envision being enthralled with Legos, so I'm not sure it will be the best system for him. It definitely requires an adult or a meticulous older child to get the Box4Blox to function as they advertise.
LEGO Storage Ideas | Apartment Therapy Ohdeedoh
|4/15/10 10:01 AM|