What it is, is beautiful

uomo cerca donna Friuli-Venezia Dad was passing through the grocery store when something caught his eye — a set of giant Lego bricks that would be perfect for Juliette. (Confession: they aren’t genuine Lego as Juliette’s not quite old enough for Duplo yet, but the principle is the same). When Dad was a youngster, and right up until he was in his early teens, there was nothing to beat Lego. His parents spent a fortune on them over the years, but the hours of peace-and-quiet must have been worth every penny.

donna cerca uomo Anzio It also made Dad think of the wonderful 1981 ad that Lego produced, showing that Legos were a toy for boys and girls — the only barriers were the limits of their creativity. It’s interesting to read what Rachel Giordano, the girl in the original ad, has to say thirty-five years later

coppia cerca uomo Roma Juliette got started straight away and was building things with almost no help from Dad at all. Towers are her favorite — put them up, knock them down, put them up again. We played with them for almost an hour, which is unheard of for a young baby whose attention span usually lasts about…hey, what’s that?

donna cerca uomo Pisa So, another vote for gender-neutral toys that lets kids use their imagination and creativity. It keep’s them quiet much longer than something pink and sparkly. Which is reason enough…

33 years after the original ad, kids love Legos just as much as they ever did.  Juliette loves building towers most of all.

uomo cerca donna Brindisi 33 years after the original ad, kids love Legos just as much as they ever did. Juliette loves building towers most of all.

Lego's original ad, from 1981

Lego’s original ad, from 1981

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