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She played exactly as expected by lego - building a bit then playing then doing some more, she liked the fig and liked 'playing' with the set.
Just to toss in my 2 cents...I read a lot of posts from people who want Lego to make "gender neutral" sets... I read that to mean sets that really no one gets excited over. Why does City have so much police and fire sets? Because that is what boys WANT of course. City Farm sets don't sell, City Police sets do, it is as simple as that.Girls and boys are not the same, and trying to make them so doesn't work. I have both and I can tell you from my sample size of three, you will not make a boy out of my little girl and you won't make a girl out of my sons. They are boys and girls, my sons like to crash and smash stuff, my girl likes to play nicely and they get into fights when they try to combine these play styles.My little girl makes up stores about all her Duplo figures, my son likes to tear apart his minifigs and create death scenes of destruction.That is just how it is...
She played exactly as expected by lego - building a bit then playing then doing some more, she liked the fig and liked 'playing' with the set. @savage_steel It seems TLG was right on the research. I was curious how my daughter would approach it as well. Our first experiment was with Olivia's treehouse. True to form, she built the little bed for the cat, then stopped building, and played with that a while. Next she finished up Bag 1 which gets you about halfway through the treehouse and builds the ladyfig, and she stopped building and played some more. Then we got around to finishing it and ... @legogeek ... putting on the ladybugs and butterflies and flowers.It was interesting to watch.
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