My nine-year old daughter designed this castle (V.3) while sitting around one winter day.
The roof was the first part built - she initially wanted to have a pyramid. However, when she saw how small it was going to be, she decided that it was to be a roof instead.
Although, I ended up pushing most of the bricks down (her limit was about an hour of placing bricks before her fingers started to hurt) this castle was her design. My input was limited to the opening elements and the two towers.
All of the figures (except the figure-head king, and the 'giant') have had their heads replaced with various female heads - this army is over 60 strong and includes three princesses: an enchantress, an assassin/spy, and a warrior princess.
All parts for this castle and army were sourced from bricklink.
You have way too many pieces on your hands. Your daughter has mad skills if she is just 9 (that was better then me at her age). I think that out future will be in good hands, as far as lego goes. Tell her I gave her props.
just awesome. love the pink. it's always hard for me to get my daughtr involved in MOC Lego building. She's 8 and a huge Star Wars fan and spens lots of time playing with our Star Wars sets. I've been making her a rather large Moonbase module. It's a 3-story research facility and we're going to add a deep-space telescope to the top. It's hopefull going to be part of a larger complex. Enough 'bout me. Tell your daughter this rocks and to keep up the good work! Gotta build me an army of female knights for my daughter...
Amassing an entire female Lego army, that's some dedicated Bricklinking. Now... this is a little awkward, but... would you consider adopting me? I still have parents but they stopped buying me Lego like 20 years ago. Your kids have a cool dad.