Putting it in Perspective: Toy Story 3
I took my kids to see Toy Story 3, and of course, I noticed things that only a preschool teacher would notice. Whoever designed Sunnyside got the details right: the mismatched furniture, the art projects made with found objects, and of course, the donated toys. Sunnyside looks like a place with a low budget, trying to do right by the kids who go there.
Piles of clutter? You never know when you might need something and the money won’t be in the budget.
They could have made Sunnyside look like a page from a Lakeshore catalog, but I loved it the way it was. No wonder Barbie and Ken and all the rest of the toys who stayed there seemed so happy at the end!