Would you do anything for your children? I know I would. The protective instinct is a universal truth of motherhood – in the animal kingdom and in our own lives. Different species demonstrate amazing feats to protect their young…including human mothers. I’m working with Lysol to celebrate a mother’s natural protective instinct, honoring that a mother’s first priority is always the safety of her children – whether she is a bear, a monkey, or a person! One of the important ways that human moms protect their families is by preventing the spread of harmful germs in the home. This weekend, visit Brooklyn Bridge Plaza, for a special Lysol Protect Like a Mother Exhibit celebrating moms. Lysol Protect Like a Mother Exhibit Celebrates Moms This Weekend in Brooklyn
No one protects loved ones quite like mom and no one protects families like Lysol, a leader in germ kill for 100+ years, which offers products that kill 99.9% of germs to help moms protect their kids from passing germs and getting sick. Lysol Disinfectant Spray and Lysol Disinfecting Wipes kill 99.9% of harmful bacteria and viruses on hard surfaces. Very protective, right?
The exhibit gives a look at the most incredible and fierce moms on the planet! We were there and had an amazing time. My daughter loved the giant octopus with the bubbles. Note: Kids are going to go crazy over the bubbles coming out of the octopus and may get a little messy. My daughter kept running back to this.
She also loved posing under the giant gorilla mom, as well as sitting in the Eagle’s nest.
This open air exhibit was right next to Pier 1, steps away from Shake Shake. Kids were able to draw in the art area, write on a giant chalkboard about their mom, and you can grab a gift bag with some swag, and take a fun photo.
My daughter wrote I was a dog and also a lion, because I cuddle her and protect her.
Lysol Protect Like a Mother Exhibit
Brooklyn Plaza (Under the Brooklyn Bridge), right next to Pier 1 (Corner of Water and New Dock Sts
- Date: Sun. 5/21
- Time: 9AM – 6PM
This was steps away from Shake Shack, Brooklyn Bridge. Find parking by Pier 6 ($25 including tax) and walk past Pier 1.