It was built as an entry into a Lego contest that required “building your favorite winter scene completely from Legos” and writing a 50 word or less essay describing your scene and why you built it.
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What a cool nativity set! And the attached letter is awesome!
so can we vote for this fabulous lego creation or what??? It’s a winner!!!
I love it! Ryan is obsessed with Leogs right now. I’m going to pull this up and show him! I love that Ben even gave the white cow udders!
that is so cute! and what a great way to get kids involved in learning about the nativity. i always wanted to play with our nativity growing up–i wish i would have done something like this.
THAT is adorable!!
OK, that ROCKS! In my book he wins hands down. Who cares about the other ones.
How incredible! This is by far the best nativity I’ve seen!
my son is also very into legos–I’ll bet we have a lego nativity before the day is out 🙂 thank you for posting this–very creative and well done! what a wonderful testimony of his faith.
Great job Ben. You know you get gramma’s vote. Hands Down.
I love it!! And I think you’ve just given me a great idea to “steal” for our next Christmas family activity night, too! I hope Ben wins!!
Hey, I’ve got one ADORABLE little Remi that I would be glad to lock in her room until Ben and her are old enough for us to fix ’em up. Whaddayasay???Any kid that would do something this cute deserves someone just as cute. And that’s where my kid comes in!Melissa at Stretch Marks
Ok…that is SUPER COOL! And I love that you posted his actual letter! That’s one for the keepsake box!
That is amazing! What a sweet little man you have there, Trish! I love his heart for Jesus at such a young age. You must be so proud of him!
WHERE was the tissue warning? And am I the only person who got a little choked up at that??? Cause really… how simply beautiful!
That is absolutely brilliant! I need to show this to my daughter tomorrow…
I love that idea. I think I am going to use it for Riley. He is very into show and tell.
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