A toddler from Melbourne has received one of the best Christmas presents this year and this was the biggest surprise that he could get.
His dad, Dale, had bought a wooden cubby house from Kmart which cost him around 200 dollars. He converted this cubby house into a miniature home to give it to his son as a Christmas gift.
The miniature house has been inspired by the Hamptons and contains a Mercedes, a carport, a veranda, outdoor lights, a white fence made of solar and LED lights and even an outdoor barbeque feature.
Furthermore, Dale had even painted the miniature house with a waterproof weather shield. To give it extra protection, he even used an airless gun for that.
Dale posted pictures of this Hampton-fashioned miniature house on Facebook and asked his followers if he was overdoing it.
As expected, he was being praised by parents and friends alike, for giving the best gift to his son. Diane is of the opinion that this is a dream gift for any toddler boy.
Bec says that the gift would encourage children to leave their gadgets and come and play outside. Chelle made a joke that Dale won’t ever be able to tell his kid to behave while he lives in his dad’s house.
The kid would simply move out to his own house, make some barbeques and ride all the while in his car. Chelle was indeed being envious of the toddler. Another praised him as the Dad of the year.
Someone also said that the kid must have been overjoyed and that must have been a sight to behold.
Technically, Dale’s Christmas present must have been the smile on the kid’s face and to bring that, if a man has to work out on a miniature house, it’s never overdoing. It’s the best thing to do for your kids.
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