Legos can be expensive, and most parents know that after paying the high price, they only end up in a scattered mess on the floor.  James Groccia is a 10 year old boy with Aspergers Syndrome who loves Legos, and when his dream set became unavailable, Lego answered the call.

This video nearly brought me to tears for many reasons, but most importantly because I know how good it feels to sit down and build something with your kids.  It gives you a shared sense of accomplishment, and lets you be on the same team (which doesn't happen very often.)  Salute to you Lego for this gesture, and for giving parents a chance to connect with their kids one block at a time.