For Christmas, Santa brought my son a doll house. It was the only thing he wanted.
The doll house was very popular right around Christmas, then it had a long-ish break with intermitent play, but lately it's been getting a lot more attention again. These days, though, my son is NOT into having the doll house in any kind of order. In fact, he used the word "ransacked" to describe how it looked which was accurate. Why he wants his poor Koala family to live like that is beyond me, but it prompted me go get a little bin to put the tiny accessories in so they don't get vaccummed up during this disarray phase. And looking at all of the delightful little doll house things, reminded me of this amazing Easter Egg the makers hid in the newspapers that came with the living room furniture.
There are two newspapers. Sunday, April 1 and Monday, April 2. Here they are:
I mean, come on. He discovered a treasure! But then: he was so disappointed because "Treasure was just a broken box!" I find this endlessly hilarious. And I want to thank whoever behind the scenes at Epoch or Tomy designed these amazing tiny newspapers.