If you and your kids love Elf on the Shelf and the magic and mischief it brings to Christmas, then do we have some egg-cellent news for you: there's an Easter version - and they're even cuter.
Introducing Easter Eggsters, mates of the Easter Bunny, who report back to HQ about your child's behaviour. Kids choose one of four different stuffed spies: a rabbit, a skunk, a raccoon or a squirrel. Each one comes in a magical egg, which is their mode of transportation, presumably back to where the chocolate is made.
Allow me to present the Skunk explaining how much he'd like to be adopted:
Here's how it works: "Each night, after everyone goes to sleep, the Eggsters return to the Easter Bunny's workshop in their magical eggs to file their daily reports," writes creator Destiny Shuenke on the site. "On Easter Eve, they make their final reports to the Easter Bunny and then stay with him to help with their busiest night of the year."
Kids are also encouraged to "eggsterate" their adopted Easter Bunny Helper's egg, and read the accompanying story book about the "Easter Tradition". Each child also receives a letter from the Easter Bunny himself.
"These are very special friends of mine, ready to have lots of fun with you. They also have a very important job to do. With your good behaviour and their positive reports I will bring you a basket full of goodies on Easter morning. Take good care of my friends and I will be hopping to your home soon! Have a hoppy day!
You can buy an Easter Eggster here for $35