Lego Love Take 3: Winnie the Pooh and Tigger, Too

The BFJ loved helping me assemble my first Lego kit, and visited a Lego store in the City where he discovered a Winnie The Pooh Lego set, complete with Tigger (which he loves and collects.) So, for his birthday, I got him the Lego set, and during my last visit to CT a couple weeks ago, we assembled it together:

Once again, I was flabbergasted by the detail and we loved putting it together.

I wonder what kit will appeal to us next?

17 thoughts on “Lego Love Take 3: Winnie the Pooh and Tigger, Too

  1. I love Winnie the Pooh! I had a Tigger messenger bag that I often wish I had kept track of. It’s somewhere I am sure or may have gotten lost when my parents retired and moved south (and into our vacation home). Perhaps I will look there to see if it is still around.

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  2. That looks amazing, and so much fun too. I might have to get a Lego kit after I move, assuming I have a place to display it.

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    • You can still get classic building blocks and use your own imagination to build whatever you want. These are just specialty kits to try to get people who don’t have the same level of creativity to buy LEGOS (and clearly it worked on me.)

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  3. Oh, that is an excellent plan. You can keep your hobbies at BFJ’s house, and then you won’t have to build an extension on yours. Jeffrey will be so pleased.

    I like the tree.

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  4. I’ve never been a big fan of the Disney version of Winnie the Pooh, but that’s only because I’m so old I read the original books long before Disney animated them. My vision of the characters is therefore shaped by E.H. Shephard and so they look and behave quite differently.

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  5. That looks so fun! I love how Lego does the trees.
    I have long identified as an Eeyore type. Tigger is fascinating, but way too energetic and outgoing for poor old me to hang around with for long. Great guy, though.

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