I have two sons, this looks/sounds quite familiar!! Have a beautiful day!Sylvia
Is that LEGO MINDSTORM ... I was planning get one for my 13 year old !
Wow, whatever it is, he is building, it looks very interesting.
seems very dedicated:).
Talk about focus! :-)
I never could make things out of Legos, and kids that can always amaze me. Such concentration! Maybe he's going to be an architect or an engineer?? =>
This looks like more fun though.....
an engineer at work ... creativity and ingenuity at play :)
An engineer in the making.. Are you sure he has to do school work!! Hee Hee!
Wow what is he making it looks amazing, talented like his Mum I think. Have a wonderful day my friend.Always Wendy
Isn't that how it is?
Oh this is the best kind of school work!! This is what kindles the flame for the rest... beautiful post... such concentration caught!
This brings back memories of my boys getting lost in their Legos on the weekends! Lego Technics are awesome for boys!! Great images. Did he get his work done??
He seems indeed busy, but I sure he is also doing his school work, that's in the next article.Greetings,Filip
....but it's still educational Mum!(I can just here one of my lids saying that)
Tworząc dzieło z klocków LEGO zawsze się jest bardzo zajętym :-). Pozdrawiam ( dzięki, że byłaś u mnie)
Motherhood! So fun and so challenging! What an amazing leggo project he is completing! and I feel quite sure the school work will get done too, I hear that "tone in your voice" Ha
Kids have different ways to keep themselves busy and kill boredom. Nice snaps you have got on your blog. I loved the budding flowers and the apples. Thanks for visiting my blog. Hope you will follow me too.
Wow, what a project - can understand it will take some time :0) Lovely shots :0)
Great fun with legos! Much better than video games!
That's a big project that he is working on. Whew.
Great to see that concentration, a real building talent!Best regards, Marion
Wow! T is so talented! Engineer in the making.
sounds so familiar :))
I love how you captured him...perfect! -Rachelle
My goodness this looks like fun!I remember when my son was this age, and always, always doing something just like this. He still does, but his toys have gotten to be a bit more expensive!!
Oh how I can relate. I sit at my office desk and my mind starts to focus on photography, a blog I read last night, or a blog I want to read. And than my inner voice starts to shout 'concentrate on what you were doing,' 'focus on what needs to be done,' 'all this can wait until your lunch break.' The constant struggle between our passions and our obligations - it is a hard lesson to learn.
What a beautiful atmosphere you are showing. In my country children are only bussy with theire computer and telephone's. Sometime's it seems to be they only are able to communicate by telephone. Thanks for your email. Have a great weekMarijke
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