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Raising a Lego Family . It is important to teach your kids the fundamentals: be honest, share toys, food before desert, and love Legos. The main photo, as well as the last two, are from Bic Camera Lego department in Shin-Yokohama, Japan . Lego exhibit at the Arizona Science Center My youngest, Genevieve, is excited to have Legos that she can actually play with and not choke on. Charlotte, my oldest, at the science center Yep, that is me. Bic Camera Lego department in Shin-Yokohama, Japan Godzilla attacking Tokyo!


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