A few months ago, I discovered Kids Crooked Houses, creative playhouses for kids that look like cartoons that have sprung to life, and planned to do a post about them. Then I saw them featured on Jon & Kate Plus 8 last night, and it was fun to see the four Crooked Houses they created for the kids. (It was basically an hour-long commercial for the company, but since it was the happiest thing about the episode, I was okay with that.) Check out the “Gosselin Garden Shop,” run by Leah, Hannah, and Alexis:
Mady invites Leah into a bright green playhouse:
Here’s the pirate-themed Crooked House for the boys, Aaden, Colin, and Joel:
You can see more photos from the episode on the TLC website. Kids Crooked Houses offers both custom models like these (where the kids help design what kind they want) and standard ones. Here’s a standard green playhouse that is for sale on Amazon for $2,492.27 (love that they added that 27 cents to the price):
For more information about Kids Crooked Houses, check out their website. To see the post I wrote about Jon & Kate’s old house that is still on the market and the big new house they moved into recently, click here.
For those of you who are sick of hearing about Jon & Kate Gosselin, I apologize, but I love a cute playhouse and just couldn’t resist showing these! (Watching their marriage dissolve on TV, however–not so enjoyable. Ugh.)
P.S. If you love playhouses, you might also like the ones I featured in this post: Hooked on Playhouses.