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With a little help from daddy, Leo made mummy a gun that shoots chocolate sticks for her birthday.
Leo has been customising more Lego police cars. Here is his latest.
With help from mumy, Leo made daddy an absolutely wonderful box of Titanium Truffles (white chocolate champagne truffles, recipe on request, really really yummy) for his birthday.
Leo and Hazel also made daddy a stop motion Lego action movie in which daddy is the Indiana Jones adventurer. See it on YouTube here:
For some considerable time Leo has been building up what he calls Two Face's Armed Base. Click on the picture below to get a guided tour.
Last weekend Leo decided to make a Lego bracelet which worked rather well. Click on the picture below to hear him explain how it works.
Leo has designed his own car. It has four machine guns on the front and two on the back, plus it has fire coming out of the back in case it needs to go faster to go up a ramp. As the pictures show, the top opens up so that you can get inside and the back of the vehicle opens so that you can put inside it a treasure chest containing jewels. It is called The Freeze Mobile as it is Mr Freeze's backup car.
Leo made daddy a picture for Father's Day describing him as a "hit" man (though, he clarifies, not literally).
Last week Leo watched GI Joe in which a Hummer that he rather liked got blown to bits. He decided to make his own Lego version in memoriam. We thought it looked rather good.
During the holidays Leo modified one of his Lego vehicles, turning it into a Lego vault. He wanted it displayed here.
Leo made mummy a card for Mother's Day.
Leo is currently obsessed with Lego Two Face. He wanted to buy the Lego Two Face Van but it is no longer available from Lego and is selling for $66 on eBay. At mummy's suggestion he agreed instead to make one himself from the many drawer fulls of Lego he already has. We think he's done rather a good job of it. Here it is compared with the real thing.
Leo has been going to what turns out to be a thinly veiled bible class after school, tempted in by talk of superheroes. Anyway, he has done Leo City's Seven Commandments, which somehow seems a more biblical number than the, umm, biblical Ten.
Leo was able to draw whatever he liked after his art lesson at school. He chose Penguin Wars; simple yet effective.
Leo was left with nothing to do yesterday while mummy and Hazel watched Buffy DVDs. He set to making his own laptop computer, which we thought was rather impressive. Click on the picture below to see it being opened ready for use.
He also made a Lego pet which he has called Memmy. He wanted to do a short David Attenborough video about it: click on the picture below to see it.
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