My day started with coffee to go watching Daughter swinging at a ‘legeplads’, then did some shopping (and discovered there is a Muji store on the fourth floor of Illum, so I could stock up on my favourite gel pens), had lunch somewhere at Lædestræde, followed by a Lego store visit (to counter the Man’s Playmobil splurge), then climbed the Runde Taarn, and I finished the day with building a tower together with Daughter (to be finished tomorrow).
While searching for other stuff on the Ikea website I discovered they sell small Lego storage/play boxes and a Lego bricks set. I bought a set of three boxes and the Lego bricks for Daughter to play with during our mini Easter holiday break in Zeeland. It’s perfectly sized for a nearly five year old. The flowers were planted first which says a lot about Daughter’s character.
Daughter decided to build a new flat. She asked me to help. So I did. I collected building blocks, Daughter put them together. Within an hour we created a six story building with a bakery in the middle and a garden on the side. I really don’t get why building in real life takes so long.