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Awesome Dad Makes Geeky Alphabet Blocks for His Son

by Conner Flynn
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When you have a newborn son and want to give him some cool toys, I can’t think of anything better than making something yourself. That’s what Jonathan G. did here, making these cool laser-engraved wood blocks for his child.
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He started his work on them before the baby was even born, but didn’t finish until his son’s first birthday. Look at the image here and you will see why. These are some nicely detailed alphabet blocks, clearly made with love. There are 36 blocks in all. They cover the English alphabet and ten digits, showing 134 images of people, animals, monsters, robots, vehicles, organizations, devices, tools, and objects from some of our favorite movies, TV shows, books, comics, video games, and more.

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You can check out all of the individual block designs up close on Flickr.

Great job, Jonathan. It looks like your son’s geek education is off to a great start.

[via Nerd Approved]

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