Baby sleeping while on headstand


Her babysitter was shocked when she saw the creepy moment.

Mikaela Long, a social media personality, had a creepy experience when she visited her baby niece one night. Long was creeped out when she saw her niece through the baby monitor.

The baby was sleeping but in a very peculiar position - standing on her head. Long caught her doing a headstand with legs arched over the the bars of the bed. This is very unusual for a child to do while sleeping.

Long snapped a photo of her niece and tweeted it. With 23,000 followers, her post immediately went viral and netizens are also creeped out.

"This is my first time babysitting and idk where I went wrong but my niece is currently asleep on her head. Do I call the parents or the exorcist," she captioned her tweet.

The child's mother, unnamed, was interviewed by BuzzFeed News and admitted that her daughter has been sleeping in weird positions lately.

"She’s been quite acrobatic lately," she said.

She said that she thinks sleeping in such positions is not dangerous but is indeed baffling.

"I think it’s just her settling down and getting comfortable," the mother said.




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Her babysitter was shocked when she saw the creepy moment.
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