I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, this house is a shrine to all things Lego.
We have divers from Atlantis in the conservatory, Indiana Jones on the bedside cabinet, various Star Wars craft all over the playroom and a whole village of firemen, policemen and train drivers going about their daily jobs in the spare room.
It’s surprising there is any room for ‘real’ people in this house.
My 8 year old is currently obsessed with all things Ninjago.
Little ninja Lego figures lined up with their skeletal foe. They are Masters of Spinjitzu – what’s not to love!
And so, when looking for a company to partner with at this year’s Cybermummy blogging conference there was only one I was going to ask.
And they said yes.
And I whooped.
And when I told Dan his eyes went the size of saucers and he mouthed: “What, THE Lego?”
Yes my boy. THE Lego.
As part of my role as Lego Ambassador they have sent me Lego. Lots of lots of Lego.
And as it’s becoming almost impossible to shoehorn any more into this house without shifting the furniture around, I’m going to share the love.
I have lots and lots of Lego to give away.
Here is what is up for grabs:
Pharaoh’s Quest: Rise of the Sphinx (£40.99)
Hero Factory: Fire Lord (£17.99)
Hero Factory: Stormer 2.0 (£7.99)
Harry Potter: Quidditch Match (£20.99)
3 x fourth prizes:
The new Lego games: Frog Rush, Sunblock, Banana Balance (£9.99 and £7.99 each)
To enter all you have to do is tell me: If you were a superhero what would your power be and why. You’re allowed one power.
Leave your answer in the comments below.
There is no right or wrong answer, I’m just curious.
The judge will be my superhero expert Daniel who has spent his short life so far mulling over important questions such as who would win in a fight between The Thing and Hulk and is Batman actually a superhero when he doesn’t have any powers to speak of?
And what is the point of Catwoman. Like I said, he’s only 8.
THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED.
List of winners here.
Rules n stuff:
The competition is open to residents of the UK only (sorry rest of the world).
No cash alternative offered.
To enter, leave a comment on this blog.
Make sure your contact details are available.
The winner will be drawn at random from all entries after the closing date.
The competition closes at 23:59 on Tuesday, April 26, 2011.
The winner will be asked to provide a full UK postal address with postcode. Please allow 14 days for delivery as I’m posting them out myself.
If a prizewinner does not provide a full UK postal address within a week of being contacted, the prize will be re-drawn and a new winner will be contacted.