Kidsday reporter Cole Jozwiak with part of his Lego collection.

Kidsday reporter Cole Jozwiak with part of his Lego collection. Credit: Jozwiak family

It all started when I got my first Lego . . . I can’t remember when, so let’s move on! I started to get Lego City sets, Police Station houses, and more.

Then I got the First Fire Station when I visited North Carolina. That’s where my grandparents lived. Before I left, to my surprise, Grammy gave me the First Fire Station and said, “Me and Pop Pop won’t be able to come to your birthday party so we got you this.”

Soon after that I got my Lego table. My mom bought it and we started painting it. I’m still getting Lego City sets, but now getting more Lego Batman sets. I turned my Lego City set into Lego Gotham. And then I bought the infamous Bat Cave. I kept the Bat Cave under my table because the Bat Cave is underground.

And then, still getting the other sets, I took a huge leap into Star Wars. And I now have so many Star Wars sets. I even got some Star Wars Rebel sets even though that’s not real Star Wars.

Just last year I bought the Lego Millennium Falcon. It took forever to make it, and it was very fragile. It took about two weeks to finish. By that time I had built another table to go on top for the airplanes and stuff. Now, my mom and I are adding shelves to the two tables. It’s slowly taking over my room.

After all these years, I have too many Legos. No, wait! You can never have too many Legos.

Ursula Gavan and Gina Romano’s fourth-grade class, Sunrise Drive Elementary School, Sayville