A funky little blue ship popped out from door number 19 this morning in the Star Wars LEGO Advent Calendar, a separatist shuttle - driven by Lucien Bouchard.
It's hard to have a presence heavy, present free Christmas. It should be easy. Our kids have all they need, what they could use is less stuff and more time.
The Scout Trooper from Return of the Jedi was hiding behind door number 18 of the Star Wars LEGO Advent Calendar. What the heck?
It's a long leap in logic to take racism and apply it to the treatment of dads by moms in a Facebook group, but hear me out. Marginalization for the colour of your skin, or your gender is still marginalization. Moms are still marginalizing dads for the simple reason that they are men. We're all parents, and it's time moms got it.
Day 17 of the Star Wars LEGO Advent Calendar is Padme's J-Class Star Skiff. Really, though, it looks like an Antonov, the world's largest plane.
Charlie has an imaginary friend named Mouse. While we thought it would be a quick stage, he's stuck around and the stories are getting better.
A weapon rack for our Geonosian Pilot sits behind door number 16 in the 2013 Star Wars LEGO Advent Calendar.
Door number 15 brings us a wingless warrior, the Geonosian Pilot to go alongside the starship unveiled in door 14.
If you want to kick up your Christmas baking, find yourself a ninjabread cookie kit. It's gingerbread with ninja man cookie cutters. Awesome fun.
The Geonosian Fighter is a pretty sweet sandwich of a ship hiding behind door 14 of the Star Wars LEGO Advent Calendar.