A mum was left mortified after finding her two-year-old daughter took a nude photo of her and sent it to her contacts.
Emily Schmitt, 30, was in the middle of drying her hair when she allowed Carysn to play with her phone.
But as she stood naked, the mum-of-four was clueless to her tot taking photos of her bare behind.
And to top it all off, Emily's daughter was sending the picture to various friends on Snapchat.
It wasn't until the mum received a text from a co-worker saying "thanks for the nude" which gave her the biggest fright of her life.
The youngster sent the embarrassing photo to 15 people, including ex-uni pals, a work acquaintance, former clients and co-workers.
Emily rushed to send an apology as some confirmed they'd been sent a picture of her ceiling and Carsyn's foot.
While others were gifted with a full nude of her "backside".
The mum, from Ohio, US, has now bravely shared her story to make others laugh.
She said: "I was mortified. I literally think I died for a minute then came back to life so I could tell people what happened."
The mum continued: "It's so funny – this child of mine is wild.
"We just say she's feral – she cannot be tamed.
"My parents own the real estate brokerage that I work for. To make matters even worse I walked in the next day and my dad, the broker, was like 'oh look, here comes the company porn star'.
"I was like 'okay, I quit. I'm done'."
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The parent had been getting ready for a house viewing on Sunday (October 11) when she received a worrying message from her friend.
Her pal warned her of the viral potential of her photos.
She added: "I was getting ready to get started and my phone notified me someone had sent me a message on Snapchat.
"It was actually one of my fellow agents that works with me. She just said 'thanks for the nudes'. I responded 'what?'. But I just knew."
She realised her daughter had sent Snapchat messages to 15 people after her mate Ashley told her about the pictures.
Emily said: "I pulled Snapchat up to go to the sent stuff and there was like 15 people that she had snapped that morning that I didn't.
"It's people I don't talk to all the time. I was like 'oh, there's the guy I went to college with who had a crush on me' and 'oh, there's a past client of mine', 'there's an old co-worker'.
"Luckily it was Snapchat so we've got to find the positives. It didn't save and no one took a picture or screenshotted it."
Now Emily is sharing her story to comfort other parents who have humiliating tales to tell.
She concluded: "Everybody is laughing. I immediately posted it to Snapchat just because I wanted to apologise so everyone knew what happened if they got it.
"99% of people are busting out laughing because they know it could happen to them. Other people are sharing stories about how their toddler went on Facebook Live while they were naked. It's not just me.
"When I called my husband, Derek, he burst out laughing. He said 'only Carsyn would do this'. He said 'I'm upset Carsyn didn't send it to me'."
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