I transformed my son’s playhouse into his own kid cave – it's got a TV and even a mini fridge, he's living the dream | The Sun

HE might only be three, but he's already living the dream.

LaQuan took to TikTok to share a video of the playhouse she'd turned into a kid cave for son Jahmir – complete with a television on the wall, a mini recliner and even a fridge.

"Our son just turned 3 and we did something very special for him," she explained in the clip.

"We are a family of 10 and with all the kids I believe he gets over stimulated and prefers to be alone, so we created a special place for him and he absolutely loves it.

"We are still trying to figure him out, he’s one of a kind."

She also wrote over the video: "My son doesn’t really like to play with other children and loves being alone.

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"So for his third birthday we made him his own space and he loves it."

In the video, Jahmir was seen sitting back in his chair, with a drink in the drinks holder, watching Cocomelon on the giant TV while enjoying some snacks.

"omg this is soooo cute," one person commented on the video.

"Hell yes!" another added.

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While a third wrote: "Living his best life."

"This is fire," someone else praised.

In another video on TikTok, LaQuan revealed the prices of the things she'd put in the playhouse – with the total of the entire project coming to £466.50 ($565.45).

"My son is autistic and I always wanted to create a corner sensory station for him this is genius, thank you," one person commented.

To which LaQuan replied: "This !!!!

"We are still trying to figure everything out but this was my exact motive when we decided to do this."

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