Say hello to Claudia Sorhaindo of Lakeland, Florida.
And this is her two-month-old daughter Ava.
Last week, Claudia had to run a few errands, and she asked her 15-year-old niece J'Ann to watch Ava for an hour or so.
J'Ann was hungry and wanted to make a sandwich, but she didn't want to let Ava out of her sight. But because J'Ann was babysitting at her own house — rather than at Claudia's house which was baby-proofed and fitted with a highchair — she had to think fast.
So she improvised a ~unique~ baby-carrying device that we're referring to as "sandwich pants."
"So I had to run out the house for a quick min, so I asked my niece to babysit Baby Ava," Sorhaindo wrote in a Facebook post accompanying the photos. "A few min later I received a text saying that J'Ann wanted to make a sandwich but didn't want to let baby Ava out of her sight. Lord send help this was her solution...creativity at its finest."