The mother who was tired of picking up her son Lego uses a tool to retrieve the dog's poop

A frustrated mother who was tired of picking up her son's Lego from the ground has bought a very unusual tool to solve the problem

& # 39; The best $ 8 I've spent & # 39 ;: Mother shares the VERY unusual way she picks up her son's Lego on the floor

  • A mother decided to publish about her ingenious trick to collect pieces of Lego
  • Ange wrote about her smart find on the Facebook page of Kmart Mums Australia
  • Other parents were quick to praise his thinking because it is a cheap option
  • Other ideas were also presented as an alternative to pick up toys

Matilda Rudd for Daily Mail Australia

A frustrated mother who was tired of picking up her son's Lego from the flat has bought a very unusual tool to solve the problem.

Ange Dobbin shared his witty trick with women on the Facebook page of Kmart Mums Australia, saying it has been a lifesaver.

"I went and bought a barrel today and it's the best $ 8 I've spent to buy my son's Lego," he explained.

A frustrated mother who was tired of picking up her son's Lego from the ground has bought a very unusual tool to solve the problem

A frustrated mother who was tired of picking up her son's Lego from the ground has bought a very unusual tool to solve the problem

"I went and bought a pooper scooper today and they are the best $ 8 I've spent to pick up my son's Lego," he explained.

"I went and bought a pooper scooper today and they are the best $ 8 I've spent to pick up my son's Lego," he explained.

"I went and bought a pooper scooper today and they are the best $ 8 I've spent to pick up my son's Lego," he explained.

More than 1,000 people liked the publication, suggesting they had suffered a similar problem, and commented on the great idea that it was.

& # 39; I use mine for the NERF bullets too & # 39; added a mother.

& # 39; THE BEST KMART HACK EVER! Doing this this week! Said another.

Lego usually comes in many small pieces and is notoriously frustrating to pick up, particularly if you accidentally stepped on it first.

But the group of enthusiastic mothers had other methods to collect the difficult building blocks, many of which they shared in the comments below.

& # 39; THE BEST KMART HACK EVER! Doing this this week! Another mother said

& # 39; THE BEST KMART HACK EVER! Doing this this week! Another mother said

& # 39; THE BEST KMART HACK EVER! Doing this this week! Another mother said

An alternative was to buy a cheap "children's play rug" (pictured) from Ebay. Many of them are less than $ 20

An alternative was to buy a cheap "children's play rug" (pictured) from Ebay. Many of them are less than $ 20

An alternative was to buy a cheap "children's play rug" (pictured) from Ebay. Many of them are less than $ 20

& # 39; Vacuum cleaner with an average at the end & # 39; said one.

An alternative was to buy a cheap "playmat for children" from Ebay. Many of them are less than $ 20.

If you place the blocks only on the play mat once they are finished, you can fold them up to form a small bag and place yourself in the corner of the room for the next time.

Some mothers said that they simply used a sheet instead of buying the specialized mat.

Either option requires little effort on the part of the parent and avoids the need for one to bend over and pick up each individual piece.

Ad

(function() {
var _fbq = window._fbq || (window._fbq = []);
if (!_fbq.loaded) {
var fbds = document.createElement(‘script’);
fbds.async = true;
fbds.src = “http://connect.facebook.net/en_US/fbds.js”;
var s = document.getElementsByTagName(‘script’)[0];
s.parentNode.insertBefore(fbds, s);
_fbq.loaded = true;
}
_fbq.push([‘addPixelId’, ‘1401367413466420’]);
})();
window._fbq = window._fbq || [];
window._fbq.push([“track”, “PixelInitialized”, {}]);
.