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What will your child be when they grow up? Take the Mega Bloks quiz and let us know! £300 voucher prize draw! NOW CLOSED

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RebeccaEMumsnet (MNHQ) Thu 15-Dec-16 15:08:50

Mega Bloks has launched a quiz on Mumsnet and would like you to have a go and let us know what the result is!

Here’s what Mega Bloks have to say: “Every parent wants what’s best for their children. They want to build them up, and so do we at Mega Bloks. The block scooping wagon helps your DC reach important physical milestones, such as developing balance, co-ordination and motor skills. In stacking tall towers, children learn to develop their creativity. In telling stories with characters, they’re exploring their imaginations. And in building make-believe worlds where they can be the hero, they’re also building up the confidence to be anything!"

Ever wondered what your DCs will be when they’re older? Can you see them as a teacher, or a vet? Maybe they’ve demonstrated artistic flare and you can see them as an artist, or an entrepreneur? How about Prime Minister? Mega Bloks has launched a fun quiz on Mumsnet - take it to find out what your DC could be in years to come. Let us know what the quiz says and whether you agree with the result or not!

Everyone who posts on this thread will be entered into a prize draw to win a £300 Love2Shop voucher!

Thanks and good luck!
MNHQ

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DoItTooJulia Thu 15-Dec-16 15:38:46

Ds hopes his job hasn't been 'invented' yet-today's jobs are dull apparently, the future is where it's at!

GoodyGoodyGumdrops Thu 15-Dec-16 15:52:17

Apparently mine would be Hilary Clinton confused

What nonsense. Just because you are a bit of a bossy-boots doesn't mean you are a leader.

Anyway, the one I was answering about wants to be an actor and has no interest in being a leader.

CMOTDibbler Thu 15-Dec-16 16:05:57

Leadership. Considering we think barrister or MP given his love of arguing, that sounds about right

RebelRogue Thu 15-Dec-16 16:18:29

Should I be proud or scared? gringrin

AmIBeingUnseasonal Thu 15-Dec-16 16:25:31

Delivery. He's never really shown any interest in post / couriers etc, he is adamant he is going to be a policeman that is a doctor with glassesfgrin he's 5 though.

Donthate Thu 15-Dec-16 21:51:14

Construction. Spot on for Ds. I used to have to park up next to building sites so that he could sit in the car and watch the builders working. When he was three he shouted "mummy look a scissor lift" across the town centre. I blame his civil engineer grandad who gives him builders merchant brochures for bedtime reading.

TwinMummy30 Thu 15-Dec-16 22:09:34

Exploration. 100% true!

AddictedtoGreys Thu 15-Dec-16 22:18:15

Construction. Sounds about right, hopefully more of an engineering route like his DF smile

MrTumblesbitch Thu 15-Dec-16 22:23:52

Explorer- yup, can see that happening! Ds wants to be a bin man though so it might just have to be on weekends grin

whereareyousleep Thu 15-Dec-16 22:40:57

Construction so following in his fathers footprints. He told me he's going to be batman though so may not be happy grin

Dilligufdarling Thu 15-Dec-16 22:56:28

Construction here too!
Might hold off on breaking the news to him that he won't become Optimus prime after all! grin

Sleepysausage Fri 16-Dec-16 02:30:31

Construction! More like demolition!!!

foxessocks Fri 16-Dec-16 02:40:05

Construction here as well! She does love her building blocks and she loves fixing things. But really she is only 2 so she could be anything!

voyager50 Fri 16-Dec-16 09:48:38

An artist or architect - he just loves drawing , designing and creative things and has a great eye for detail.

earthmoon Fri 16-Dec-16 10:12:13

Construction.

Nineloves1 Fri 16-Dec-16 10:20:30

Leadership. Yikes, this is the less bossy child. Although now that I think of it, he has a definite I know I'm right attitude.

Belmo Fri 16-Dec-16 11:27:41

Explorer...
She is extremely inquisitive and does love a good explore in the woods, but is also the least brave child ever, so we'll see!

RedRoseMummy Fri 16-Dec-16 11:53:01

Exploration. I'd say that would suit him very well!

RatOnnaStick Fri 16-Dec-16 12:12:45

DS1 - Explorer - nope. Racing Driver all the way.

DS2 - Construction - maybe, second career to driving trains.

TBH neither child fitted the given answers at all so I made lots of it up.

ThenBellaDidSomethingVeryKind Fri 16-Dec-16 12:14:24

Exploration, apparently. I think this is possible, providing he didn't have to get any mud on him - he hates dirt!

Ellisisland Fri 16-Dec-16 12:14:52

Construction here - like father like son then! grin

WowOoo Fri 16-Dec-16 13:04:18

Explorer - sounds about right at the moment actually. I lost him in a park last weekend as he'd discovered a secret place. He was in a bush!

purplepandas Fri 16-Dec-16 13:20:26

Delivery here too.

NickyEds Fri 16-Dec-16 13:33:49

Construction. His first word was digger.

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