Feb. 7 (UPI) -- A Florida mom shared photos of her 15-year-old babysitter's ingenious solution to needing to free up her hands to make a sandwich.
Claudia Sorhaindo of Lakeland posted a pair of photos to Facebook showing her niece J'Ann Sorhaindo, 15, keeping 2-month-old Ava Pemberton stuffed into the front of her sweatpants while making a sandwich.
"So I had to run out the house for a quick min, so I asked my niece to babysit Baby Ava. 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," Sorhaindo wrote. "Lord send help this was her solution... like really... creativity at its finest."
"I have a baby holder and I asked J'Ann why she didn't go to my house [which is next door] to get it," Sorhaindo told Mashable. "She said she was too hungry and it would take time to go get it the figure how to put it on, and by that time she could have made four sandwiches."
Sorhaindo is now helping J'Ann turn her idea into a commercial product -- J'Pants.