Sunday, October 19, 2014

If You Have Legos, You Need LayNGo

The great thing about Legos is that the possibilities with them are endless. The sets are great but never stay that way unless you have stocked up on the Kragle and aren't really playing with them. To think that a woodworker designed them on a whim around the time that plastics were being used in manufacturing, proves that it was a toy that was just meant to be. 

Approximately 19 billion Lego elements are produced per year. 2.16 million are molded every hour, 36,000 every minute and I feel like I have that many in my house by the look of my son's room.
The downside to Legos are the multitude of pieces which invariably end on the floor and end up resting on the bottom of a parent's foot. If only there was something invented which could prevent this from happening. There is, it's called the LayNGo.  

My family and I put the LayNGo Lifestyle to the test this summer, taking it to our family cabin in the Adirondacks. The cabin was purchased in the 1950s and has been in my wife's family since then. Over the years it has gotten bigger to accommodate our visits with the kids but even with the expansions, there is always the question as to where the kids should be playing that would keep them out of the way? 

Lots of times we would head up there with Ziploc bags full of Legos and the kids would play, usually in an inconvenient spot where the pieces had to be pick up, respread, and picked up again depending on the foot traffic. The LayNGo solved all of our problems. No longer was a scrambling to make sure every kid had their own bag, but we kept them all in the Lifestyle.

Put all the Legos or whatever items you want in the middle and pull the drawstring. The bag folds into itself with a slide enclosure that keeps your things contained. Tuck the string into the outside pocket, and the Lifestyle comes as a backpack to carry with you!

Inside the product is just as great. The Lifestyle gives you 44 inches of play space with plenty of room for all three of my kids to have a spot without Lego Friends being too bothered by Lego Harry Potter.   It even has velcro pockets to hold those items that you don't want to throw into the mix.

It's honestly a must have for travel with kids and if you aren't into Legos, which is just crazy to me, you could put any items in it to carry with you. Think about all the things you need to go to the beach with the kids or maybe your daughter has to travel with endless beauty products. With the LayNGo, Boom. You're done. One bag for all your stuff.

Now, LayNGo is offering a chance for you to win your own LayNGo LITE. Enter below for your chance to win. You MUST be at least 18 years of age to enter. US residents only. Winner will be confirmed via a valid email address. If winner does not respond within 24 hours of notification, a new winner will be chosen. Product will be shipped by LayNGo not by DadNCharge.

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FTC Disclaimer - I received a LayNGo Lifestyle in exchange for a review of this product which has changed my life forever. All opinions expressed are those of DadNCharge and are right. 


  1. My son's room is always a death trap of legos waiting to assault my feet. This would be a great solution

  2. I could use that. And not just for travelling. Would help for around the house as well.

  3. This is awesome and I would LOVE to win one!!!! I am a single Mom to 5 kids, ages 5 - 11 and one of my 5 yr olds has Autism. Legos are a STAPLE in our house!! We have a big table in our living room for everyday play, but traveling with them is a problem. This would totally solve that problem!!! Thanks for the chance to win!!! :)

  4. As we own the vast majority of the world's Legos (at least it feels like we do), we could use this and about 50 more.

  5. This would be great for keeping the bedroom/playroom neat!

  6. Our 4 year old son has SO many Legos and he is only 4! I think that we will need a few of! This would help keep things contained especially since we are trying to sell our house now.