Fun Family Gift for the Family of Boys

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A couple years ago my sister gave each of the boys a Lego dart gun. It was one of the highlights of their Christmas morning. We cleared away a lot of debris, armed everyone and let the darts fly. What a fun family gift!

A certain family of four boys will be enjoying these blasters come Friday morning.

I can hardly wait!

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  1. Sort of Fairytale Mom says

    I know it is hard to separate the boys from their LEGOs…but I think that is a Nerf gun 🙂

  2. FishMama says

    Actually, the guns they rec'd from my sister were Lego guns. Amazon still sells one version of the Lego Bionicle dart gun. (see link)

  3. Fun, fun, fun! My boys loved those nerf guns when they were little! Hope you have a wonderful Christmas.

  4. Jessica says

    My boys (big and small alike!) LOVE the mini-marshmello guns – you can buy them OR make them yourselves out of PVC pipe!!

  5. I don't have boys but I think even my teenage girls would think that was fun! Heck, the dad and mom would join in the fun.

  6. irishdancer says

    Oh they are going to have a ball with those. One of my kids got one a few years ago and LOVED it. Only problem I had with it was that it is LOUD!! Be prepared!

  7. LOL, my DH (yes, DH)& 4yo play with their nerf dart guns ALL THE TIME. Our 2yo hates it becuase he can't cock any of them back yet.
    Maybe I need to check this one out to see if he can handle it.
    Older brother is constantly hitting him with darts. & today they broke 3 ornaments so the guns are now upstairs toys until the tree comes down

  8. Sort of Fairytale Mom says

    Oh, my bad! Sorry 🙂

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