When You See The Incredible Two-Story "Playhouse" This Dad Built, You'll Wonder If He Could Adopt You


When You See The Incredible Two-Story "Playhouse" This Dad Built, You'll Wonder If He Could Adopt You

Every dad finds a way to stay involved in his daughter's life. Some dads drive their daughters to ballet practice, and others volunteer to coach their soccer games.

Then there are dads like Adam Boyd who just make the rest of us look bad. Last year, the 39-year-old from Highland, Michigan started to build his daughters - 5-year-old Avery and 2-year-old Violet - a small wooden playhouse where they could have tea parties.

Since then, the project has outgrown even his wildest expectations, and now it's safe to say all of the other little girls on Boyd's street are jealous of Avery and Violet. Looking at the final result, it's no surprise that this dad runs a remodeling company called ATB Building.

On the outside, the two-story playhouse features a bridge, a rock wall, a slide, and a pair of swing sets. Oh, and a wrap-around porch of course. But what little girl didn't have that when she was growing up?

His daughters also helped him build their new playhouse, by sweeping up debris, carrying wood and helping to paint the walls. "It gave me some daddy-daughter time and I was able to teach her my skills, and that was pretty cool," Boyd told People.

If you're already impressed brace yourself, because Boyd added lots of stunning details inside the playhouse too.

Boyd actually worried that, like any new toy, his daughters would eventually get tired of the playhouse. "I didn't know if they were going to use it," he said, "or if it was just going to be a really nice pink office for my business."

But so far they've used it every day since he finished building it. Whether they're having a tea party or pretending to be fairy princesses, the whole family loves playing together in the tiny house.

And it is just like a real tiny house, because this giant dollhouse has everything you would actually need to live comfortable. There are lights inside, wooden floors, a dining room table, chairs and couches, and a loft.

As if that wasn't enough, Boyd is planning to add a zip-line at his daughter's request. Even if it's not "finished," Boyd has earned some nice publicity for his company by sharing photos of his creation on Facebook.

There have even been requests for Boyd to make similar playhouses, and he says he's considering a new side project called Spoiled Rotten Homes. "It's been a very rewarding experience," he said, "from building it with my daughters to playing in it with them, it's all been great."

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[H/T: People Magazine, ATB Building]

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