‘Most Extra Parents’ is a new video series that is drawing a lot of attention. This video series is from Babble and it profiles parents from around the globe who go extra miles for their children. This article is about the Pfaff family from Los Angeles California. This family took millennial parenting to the next level.
To be honest, everyone is guilty of occasionally hoarding things that they are not really sure they’ll ever use but find it difficult to part with. While most people will eventually wind up tossing their miscellaneous junk in the garbage, others will find creative uses for these items and leave people wondering why they didn’t think of such in the first place.
Such example is the case of Los Angeles California residents Emily and Ian Pfaff. These parents have taken to re-purposing disposed household items and putting them together again. One of the things they rebuild are toy cars and they make use of stuffs like old creepy dolls, breast pumps and door hinges.
The parent of two first started by transforming a toy car into a Post Apocalypse Mobile for their beautiful daughter. This project is an amazing one that needs to be seen to be believed. Immediately they finished this project, they could not wait to get another big project for their son Ben.
Ian told Bubble that she got to know about an identical toy car in the neighborhood by her neighbor. She then went to get the new car and made a new Post Apocalypse Mobile for her son Ben. Ben’s car was made just as the same way Junior’s was made.
Ben and Junior have got to be the coolest kids in the neighborhood riding around in these amazing tricked out cars. This project is not the first creative project the Pfaffs family have undertaken. They are always producing things at their workshop which is found in their home.
Ian said to Bubble that many of these projects just come up organically and they just put somethings together and make an item.
This hobby has grown into a family activity for the Pfaffs’. According to Emily “as a family, we use to spend a whole lot of time together putting things together for construction and now the kids are always ready to help”.
We know a lot of people really can’t wait to see what next the Pfaffs come up with!