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Lay-n-Go LITE | Play & Go Quietly

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
Do you know why children love Christmas and birthdays? Well, because they love presents and obviously, that presents must be toys and other fun playthings.

Jake & his tiny Lego’s w/ the Lay-n-Go

A kid’s life is pretty simple and easy. Give them toys, and they are happy with it. As a mom and a parent, all I want for my children is to grow up good, healthy, bright and happy. Toys make them happy and they find comfort with it. There are some toys also that are educational and may help develop the kid’s thinking and building skills like lego’s. Apparently, the more toys your children have, the bigger the mess a mom has to clean. But worry no more as there is way to lessen the additional cleaning chores and organize the kids play things especially the tiny ones. Lay-n-Go LITE is a new innovative organizational solution for life, play and travel as well. Lay-n-Go lite comes in different size and color. Your kids can now play their favorite toys like those tiny lego bricks, cars, and more then clean it up quietly. Very convenient to carry anywhere and less hassle to clean.


Innovative Organizational Solution for Life, Play & Travel

Lay-n-Go is a patent pending activity mat, cleanup, storage and carryall solution in one. Our large and small designs are perfect for home but durable enough to hold up wherever your travels take you!

~ Quickly closes for easy carrying and storage
~ Washable and wipeable high quality fabrics
~ Velcroed storage pocket to stow the drawstring
~ Lay-n-Go LARGE (5′) features inside pockets & shoulder strap
~ The LITE (18″) is reversible and perfect for life on the go
~ The COSMO (20″) is the ultimate cosmetic bag
~ The LIFESTYLE (44″) features inside pockets and back pack styling

Toy Cars

I was so happy when I received this Lay-n-Go lite on the mail. My son is happy too because he loves to build and play Lego and he can now have a bag for all his lego bricks to keep them safe and organize. He lost some pieces of his lego bricks because it is small and tiny. Besides the lego, he also have a few collections of small toys like this race car, magnets, anaimal and action figure. Honestly, when I get tired of cleaning of my children’s toys I just grabbed a garbage bag and put them in it at once. It takes a while to teach these kids to clean after their mess. With Lay-n-Go, kids can play for hours and clean it up in seconds. Anyhow, I probably gonna buy 2 more of these Lay-n-Go for my daughter too as she likes to collect small toys and accessories. So, visit Lay-n-Go website and choose the size and color you want to store all your kids favorite toys in one bag. Teach your kids to take in charge of their belongings, clean and organize their toys.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

LEGO KidsFest, Awesome Event!

Legos are not just for lil kids but adults too. Who do you think built this Lego model? Well, this may look simple and kids can build this I guess but how about this;

LEGO car of Cars show

This sure was made by a big person and it’s all made of Lego bricks. Awesome!

Imagine how many Lego brick they put together to built this fantastic model of Cars character.

We were at David L. Lawrence Convention Center to play with Legos. LEGO Kids Fest has series of event here in Pittsburgh and I got us four free tickets courtesy of USFamily Guide and Pittsburgh Kids Guide.

As soon as we got inside the Convention center, my lil guy find his spot and start playing and building the lego while the lil girl was just having fun walking over those pile of Lego bricks on the floor.

While Jake was busy building those lego, Justine and I look around and took pictures of all those favorite characters like cars, Woody and Buzz, Batman, shark, hulk, super heroes and more.

I’m glad this lil girl was in the mood for picture taking. View More Lego Models in my Facebook photo album. The lil guy was overwhelmed with all those legos and wanted to buy everything he sees. We got him the Ninja alarm clock. There were also different activities for kids and Lego toys for sale. I wanted to stay longer but husband don’t want to get caught up with the traffic.
The LEGO Kids Fest still in town until tomorrow so don’t miss it out. Get your Tickets for both sessions on Sunday available online at http://www.legokidsfest.com/pittsburgh/tickets.html. Visit their website for LEGO KidsFest event scheduls and Like LEGOKidsFest on Facebook for information, updates and promotion.