Friends Meet and BuildOkay, so you knew it had to happen sooner or later. (giggles) One of had to try and post using our LEGO Friends. (giggles). Check out what happens...oh, and the dialogue key is the color of the doll's shorts/skirt. Emma will be dark blue and Olivia hot pink.
My friends sometimes call me M.
Neat! Mine call me V.
V? Hmmm, that's super cool!
Very nice to meet you.
Same here. Shall we walk?
[M and V head off stage right]
Look at this huge pile of bricks.
What do you think it makes?
Help me open the instructions and we'll find out.
Hmm, looks like they make a puppy.
Well, let's get sorting!
[M and V sort the pile into similar bricks]
Whew! That was a lot of work.
I know, right?! Let's rest for a bit.
[A few minutes pass]
Okay, now let's get started! I have the first piece ready.
Here is brick two.
[M and V click more bricks into place]
(giggles) Cute tail!
(giggles) Yeah, it is!
[More bricks click together]
[M and V flip the instructions]
Looks like the head is next.
Well, let's get to it.
[bricks clicking into place]
Here's the other beige square.
Help me get the head into place.
Should we be concerned about extra bricks?
And it's a hydrant!
Oh, no! (giggles)
Job well done.
I don't know if I would stand on that side, M. (giggles)
(giggles) I'll be okay.
You wouldn't spray us, would you, boy?
(giggles) Puppy kisses!
So what did you think of our first Extra Mini Adventure?
- Emma is from polybag ice cream stand number 30106, retired.
- Olivia is from set 41333 Olivia's Mission Vehicle.
- The pug is from a polybag Creator set number 30542. It's a 3-in-1 and found at Toys 'R Us before it closed.
Note: Tea Time with Melody Q is not affiliated with American Girl or LEGO. All items used in the above post are from our own collection and purchased with our own money. No purchase is required or suggested to enjoy the post. LEGO set numbers are included should you want to search for the set for your own collection.