Picture this, hundreds of kids and parents, lots of Lego displays with no barriers. Sounds disastrous, right?
After turning your back for two seconds, your child runs off. You desperately chase after them weaving through the crowd. Their hand is a centimetre away from the touching a Lego replica of the Titanic, but you whip them back and get them out as other parents stare.
A couple of weeks ago, Bec and Jeziel had a chat with Brick Man about the Brickwrecks exhibition at the Maritime Museum. This exhibition showcases Lego displays of historical shipwrecks and boats such as the Titanic. This is exactly what happened to Bec when she visited the exhibition with her three kids and her son ran off when she wasn’t looking.
The Lego sculpture of the Titanic cost thousands of dollars and took hours to construct, which got Bec thinking what would she had done if he DID break it? “Would I have to pay for that? How would you handle that situation?” Maybe you would do what Jeziel suggested, blame it on your son and run away. Or maybe profusely apologise and pay for the damage?
Text or message us on socials to let us know what you would do if you were Bec in this situation. Listen to the full chat below.