Friday, October 10, 2014

LEGO DUPLO Batcave Adventure Giveaway

Sweet Cheeks and Savings is helping with promotion of this giveaway.  Good Luck!

Sponsored by: LEGO DUPLO

 Hosted by:  Mostly Together Mommy



Lego's are the iconic toy that everyone remembers playing with as a child. They are the perfect gift, because all types of children like them, from girls to boys, from bookish to active!

LEGO is always coming out with something new and fun, and these latest DC Comics inspired LEGO's certainly strikes a chord with kids. The set will help to inspire the imagination and excitement that LEGO DUPLO has always been know for!



THREE lucky winners will each take home LEGO DUPLO Batcave Adventure sets! To enter, simply use the Rafflecopter form below. This giveaway is open people 18+, living in the U.S. 


*The host was compensated with a play set, but all opinions are her own. This giveaway is in accordance with FTC laws and regulations. This giveaway is not affiliated with social media and will close on October 24, 2012, at midnight.

27 comments:

  1. my son stacking them as high as possible before they would fall over. all the hours of imagination coming to surface as he built things.

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  2. I don't remember having legos,but I love watching my grandsons play with them!

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  3. Watching my son help me build my Big Ben lego set he got me for Christmas last year.

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  4. When I went to the LEGO show with my grandkids! Thanks

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  5. My favorite memory would have to be one of the numerous nights that I woke up and stepped on a Lego. I mean...everyone knows that teeth gritting pain that brings tears to your eyes. It's my favorite because it makes me laugh thinking that a little Lego can take down a 200 pound girl. HAHA!

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  6. My favorite Lego memory would be when my 14 year old(as a toddler) realized that he could actually build something and clapped for himself.

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  7. Seeing my baby girl enjoy building random things with her creativity. Very proud.

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  8. Building a castle with my brother

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  9. I remember my cousins had a lego play set and it actually had little pine trees and we would build houses etc.

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  10. My daughters learning how to stack and create...mostly they love knocking them down lol

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  11. don't remember having legos myself but most definitely remember stepping on them when my 3 sons were younger and will be getting some for my grandbabies

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  12. My first year of teaching Kindergarten, I had three boys who were always fighting. But when they were allowed to play Legos, things changed. They would share, build amazing things, laugh and talk to each like they were the best of buds.

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  13. Watching my kids play with them

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  14. Building castles...now that I have kids, we still build castles. Worst is stepping on lego's. OUCH!!

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  15. My daughter won a Lego building contest, and she won a big bucket of Legos. All my kids loved creating with Legos.

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  16. IT WAS MY DAUGHTER BUILDING A PYRAMID FOR HISTORY CLASS & GETTING AN A+. oH I WAS OPEN & SHOWED THE CHAMBERS TOO

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  17. watching my son build his 1st lego tower and knock it down he was so proud of him self!

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  18. I can remember when one of my brothers had to go to the hospital because he had a tiny Lego piece stuck in his ear. Lol We can laugh about it now but my mom was really upset and took all of the tiny pieces away, after that happened. Soooo our Lego people didn't have heads.

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  19. Building a HUGE two story house with my dad and brother out of LEGO.

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  20. Building with my kids when they were younger. Spending hours playing.

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  21. Playing Legos with my Grandchildren.

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  22. Watching as my two boys build with legos and how proud they are of the things they create with them!

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  23. Might be a dumb question, but how do I vote for your blog? Thanks

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  24. About 10 years ago, my brother-in-law spent $5 on a huge, 20- gallon bin at a garage sale. The bin was FULL of legos... several vintage 80's lego sets. When they moved, my kids inherited the bin. I am constantly finding legos all over my house from that been.

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  25. Visiting Legoland in Orlando,FL.

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  26. Watching my grandson work tirelessly to build intricate cars and trucks of his own design.

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  27. im 57... they didnt have legos when i was little greatest memory of lego is watching my little grandson build a whole bunch of different things with legos.

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