A 3-year-old's playroom complete with a Target and Starbucks is wowing parents on social media.
"There were so many comments and likes and all these positive comments," Doby-Becht told "Good Morning America." "It was mainly moms that were commenting...they were just blown away."
Doby-Becht said Ariah loves pretend play.
The Target and Starbucks stands were created with the help of family friend Robert Mueller and Doby-Becht's sister, Brigette Doby, who is a graphics designer and photographer.
Brigette Doby helped create the signage and price tags.
Doby-Becht's former elementary school teacher Georgia Cucinello hand-made a Starbucks apron for Ariah and Doby-Becht painted the inside of frappachino Starbucks frappuccino cups to make them look like the real thing.
Doby-Becht said the project was healing as she went through a divorce.
"It was just a bad time in my life ... I just felt amazing doing something for her... and that gave me joy."
"[Ariah] tells her little friends, 'Come see my playroom. I have Target in my playroom!'"
Doby-Becht said she hopes to one day open a public space for kids to have somewhere to experience make-believe play.