Toddler takes this scary doll everywhere. The Internet is exploding.


Brittany Bird wasn’t expecting this when she took her daughters to Halloween spirit a store.

She brought in two of her girls—Bryar Rose, 3, and Belle, 8—to get some fashion and decor inspiration for the upcoming holiday.

Around this time of year, “we always go and check it out and look at the Halloween costumes,” said Bird, 33, who lives in Groveland, Florida. She probably thought her daughters are dressing up as princesses this year.

But as they roamed on August 22nd, Breyer wasn’t interested in tutus and tiaras. Instead, she set her sights on a demon-looking doll. Once she closed her eyes with “scary baby doll” She decided she wanted to have her.

“I gotta get it, Mom,” Breyer pleaded with her mother, who tried to redirect her daughter to toys that didn’t appear to be possessed.

But Briar told her, “She needs me.”

“I’ve never been one for the scary,” she said. “I’m not interested in the bloody stuff.”

The little doll’s skin looks ripped and her eyes are black and hollow – even though she glows red at the push of a button. The doll also laughs when driving.

It’s a dark, evil laugh, Baird said. “It’s definitely the scariest game I’ve ever seen.”

His emotional support animal is a crocodile. They sleep in the same bed.

But her daughter hugged the strange doll and said that she felt connected to her. Bird said she wanted to respect her daughter’s taste, even if it was the opposite. She bought it, and then quickly regretted buying it.

“I had no idea Breyer would be so obsessed with it that she had to eat it all over the place,” Baird said.

Briar named the baby “Chloe,” which Bird changed to “Creepy Chloe”—more suitable for a troublesome doll, she decided.

Wherever Breyer goes, Creepy Chloe goes too. While Briar has no shortage of other dolls, “she never liked anything until Creepy Chloe came along,” her mother said.

“People stare, and then, of course, I’m embarrassed and feel like I have to explain myself,” Bird said.

Spectators generally found it sweet — and even adorable. On August 25, Bird took her daughter to Disney World, and of course, Creepy Chloe came along. Beard decided to dress her daughter up in a Haunted Mansion cast member’s costume to make her doll look less outlandish. Creepy Chloe wore a princess dress.

“I thought it was a good fit,” said Baird, who runs a nonprofit called unicorn hugswhich supports sick children by introducing them to miniature horses dressed as unicorns.

While Bird might be surprised – and perhaps even frightened – by her daughter’s doll, the last thing she expected was strangers getting angry at her.

They also had breakfast at Grand Floridian CaféThe pastry chef—who seems to be excited about Halloween—made Briar a special spooky cupcake, and a chocolate banner for the haunted mansion.

“It just poured,” Baird said of the pastry chef. “We were surprised.”

After breakfast, they went to Haunted Palace – A popular attraction in the Magic Kingdom Garden – where the tourists and staff “have lost their minds”, said Bird, adding that they were also invited to go behind the scenes to explore the “secret” servants. Breyer “was just jubilant.”

After their time at Disney World, Beard shared her unusual daughter’s doll on Facebook, thinking that friends and family might turn away from her.

“This is what it’s like when you take your 3-year-old to a Spirit Halloween store and she totally insists on buying the most awesome baby doll she’s ever seen” wrote in a postbefore detailing their day at Disney.

An old dog was left in a shelter to be put out. Instead, she is living her best life.

“Frightening Chloe may be stealing my soul while I’m sleeping, but we’re making use of our time left here!” I continued.

Once again, to Baird’s astonishment, people were fascinated by the terrifying game. Her post – which includes several photos of Brier with her beloved doll – has been shared more than 13,000 times. Due to the reaction, Beard created a shape Instagram account To showcase Briar and Creepy Chloe’s continuing adventures.

Briar has also been shown on Today.comThe outburst of attention was overwhelming, but it was fun for the family, Baird said.

“I thought it was a funny story. I definitely wasn’t expecting what happened,” Bird said. “It totally snowballs into this huge thing.”

Ever since Creepy Chloe came into her life, Briar hasn’t let the doll leave her side.

“They are inseparable,” Bird said, adding that Breyer dresses Creepy Chloe daily with doll clothes, and tries to match her outfit as best she can. “It bothers me that she sleeps right next to her.”

Spirit Halloween stumbled upon Beard’s post, and immediately fell in love with the story, Nikki Ballis, Spirit Halloween’s director of public relations and communications, wrote in an email to The Washington Post.

“This touching story is everything Spirit Halloween loves about the season,” said Balles, who Send another doll briar To add her to her spooky collection. “We thought Chloe could get another girlfriend, so we made her a fun play date.”

Although Bird was initially horrified by her daughter’s dark taste for dolls, she came to appreciate all that Creepy Chloe had to offer. She was touched by how much strangers appreciated her daughter’s unusual choices.

“My husband said we should cheer her up, because Creepy Chloe is different, and maybe there’s a lesson in life: You should love everyone, no matter what they look like,” Beard said. “Educating girls is a good thing.”

However, “I worry that with all this newfound fame, this has been Creepy Chloe’s plan all along to take over the world,” Beard joked. “She’s just using Briar and her gentle power to get a foothold.”

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