Harry Potter has been part of my life since the Philosopher's Stone was released in the book shops; I took The Teenagers to see it at the cinema when it came out and we've been following the tales of HP ever since.
We went to see the Deathly Hallows Part Two on Saturday and it occurred to me, sitting in the dark, that we'd all been on quite a journey - I was now watching Harry Potter with my almost 16 and almost 17-year-old children, rather than the little almost 6 and almost 7-year-olds they were when we watched the first film.
My youngest is just discovering the world of Harry Potter; this is GREAT news as it means we get to relive the magic all over again.
He's also LEGO mad and I'm fairly sure he wouldn't mind owning a LEGO Harry Potter: The Forbidden Forest set.
It includes four minifigures: Harry Potter, Lord Voldemort, Hagrid and Narcissa Malfoy and they come with the following accessories: wands, a snake, an owl, a mushroom and a spider.
It's not huge, measuring just 12cm wide by 10cm high, but you don't always need LEGO sets to be enormous; sometimes little, and inexpensive, LEGO sets provide just as much fun as they're more 'instant' rather than taking hours to put together.
Thanks to badgerpelt at HUKD