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    Default Which lego??

    DD and DS are 5.5 years and 3.5 years and have started playing with DH's old lego (the old classic one). We have a huge big tub of it with all sorts of bits in it.
    Im wanting to add to it during the toy sales but not really sure which ones to get.

    The Lego CITY look alright and i like the Lego FRIENDS too but im worried they wont fit of work with the other stuff we have.

    I know duplo is bigger pieces so wont fit but what about the lego JUNIOR?

    What would you get??

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    My girls have Lego friends and Lego City and various other Lego bits and pieces. They end up just building houses so I've just bought them tubs of those 1000 pieces each toy sale. The themed ones get built once and then destroyed and thrown into Lego box to become a house.

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    Apart from the people figures being different in the friends collection, all other pieces slot together with the 'old school' lego. My dad gave me (i mean dd...) all my brother's & I Lego from when we were kids and we also have a number of the friends sets put aside for when she is older

    Being the big kid that I am, I may have built & played with it before letting dh store it in the roof

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    I agree with Bonezart. The lego sets are stupidly expensive and when you lose even the smallest bit you cant make it any more. We got the big square base board and the 1000 piece set and my DS loves it. He'd rather make his own thing than follow instructions.

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