Used Lego Bricks Needed

Used Lego Bricks Needed

Brad Weatheread in IT writes,

"I am looking for used or new Lego bricks for my grandsons. Please let me know if you have any laying around! They are 3 and 5 years old, born on the same day two years apart and both have bright red hair! They don't have any Legos yet because the little one needed to grow a little. Legos are very expensive and these guys don't get many toys to play with except when Grandpa spoils them. Their birthday is coming up in a couple of weeks, let me know if you can help!"

Email him at bweathe@udallas.edu.

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