It is a Lego wonder land inside the Cooper family's South Weber home.
Indy Cooper said, "We woke up one Christmas morning and it was all here."
Mom Amy gave up her front room and turned it into a Lego work shop for her boys Indy and Zander.
The Cooper family wants to share their love of Legos with kids fighting leukemia.
Indy Cooper said, "It will be great, they will have to have something to do in their bed and maybe play with them."
To do that, the Coopers are hosting the cooper cupcake and cookie sale.
A chance for this family to give back after a pretty rough year.
Amy said, "A little less than a year ago, Indy and Zander's Dad Colt was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer. So he started treatments and we were going through that for the last year."
Besides the love for Legos, this family has something else; a dang good sugar cookie!
Amy explained, "I'm a secret ingredient."
Now the family is selling Amy's famous cookies and asking for donations to buy new Legos for kids with leukemia at Primary Children's Medical Center.
With the help of the group Legos for Leukemia the Coopers, with the help of the community, will give the gift of hope to kids dealing with Leukemia.
They will be holding their bake sale from 6-8 Thursday night at 8200 South in South Weber.