A mom is horrified and stunned when her little two-year-old daughter took nude snaps of her and sent it to colleagues.
Emily Schmitt is still recovering from the haunting embarrassment that left her speechless. Moreover, she explains how she gave her two-year-old daughter her phone to play with. To her surprise, the toddler took nude pictures of her mom. But that wasn’t it. She went on forwarding it to her colleague’s contact list.
The mother of 4 explains how she was drying her hair and hence, decided to keep the little one busy. On that occasion, she gave away her phone so she would sit still. But who knew what was actually in store for Emily.
Little Carsyn’s thought of playing games seemed to include taking pictures of her mother undressed. Yes, the 30-year-old mom says that Carsyn took a number of snaps of her nude backside. She then forwarded it to her Snapchat contacts, which are coincidently her colleagues too.
But how did the Ohio resident find out about the horrors of the entire episode? Well, reports confirm how one of her colleagues texted her back saying, ‘thank you for the nude.’ That startled her, upon which she decided to investigate the matter further.
Upon finding out her child’s actions, she was ‘mortified.’ Moreover, the mom says that she almost died there for a second. However, when she finally got back to life, she went on explaining to her contacts what really happened.
The mother started laughing, adding more humor to the entire incident. ‘It’s so funny- the child of mine is wild,’ she exclaimed. She also referred to the tiny toddler as feral and as a person that can’t be tamed.
But there was more embarrassment regarding the incident. Emily says that her father also works at her office as a broker. And when she decided to step into the office, the next day, her dad made the most shocking comments.
‘Here comes our company’s famed porn star.’ And that’s when Emily, super embarrassed, said, ‘ok, that’s it, I’m done!’ On the other hand, if you think Emily would stay silent and let the embarrassment pass, you’re wrong.
She posted the entire event as a story on her social media account. And it definitely spread some much-needed lightness and positivity across the board.