DD's second birthday is coming up in September. I decided to get her some Lego Duplo blocks since she loves DS and DD's legos but is still too small to play with them. I was looking around at ToysRus site and the Lego site and saw some sets I loved but they are just really expensive. Well we all went to Target tonight and while the kids were looking at toys I decided to check out what type of Duplo blocks they have and how much they cost. I was so excited to find that they had the Farm set which is normally $40 clearanced out for $28!!! I was so excited. The regular starter brick set has something like 70 pieces and is $29 or more. Can't remember. But the Farm has 100 pieces, two people, and a base to make a car or tractor. So it was a much better deal. I'm all excited. I love a great deal.
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