When her child’s school picture day photos were shown to a mom from Oklahoma, she gasped. The toddler, who is only two years old and smiled for the camera, completed everything correctly. However, the photographer overlooked an obvious mistake in front of their eyes. According to how the school picture day photographer arranged the tiny girl, her top read “a**hole” on the front.

Now, Paige Ward, the girl’s mother, is fuming following her daughter’s behavior. She had just completed a 60-hour urgent care clinic shift and was completely exhausted. She neglected to tell her child that she was required to take a photo for school that day, so she threw her into the first shirt she came across, which read “sasshole” on the front.

She said: “I woke up that morning exhausted and grabbed the first thing out of her closet I could see, which happened to be the famous ‘sasshole’ shirt.”

Although the youngster had previously worn the shirt to school, Ward was confident that it would not cause a problem. She had forgotten, however, that picture day was coming up. If she’d known about it earlier, she would’ve dressed her kid in something more appropriate for a lasting memory.

The morning after she sent out the photo, I received a text message informing me that the picture had been delivered. Every photograph showed a cheerful little girl in a shirt that read “a**hole” across the front. Because the photographer hadn’t paid attention to details, the “s” in “sasshole” was hidden by the youngster’s arm, implying that the message was something else entirely.

“Oh my god. Everyone is going to think I’m a horrible mother. How could I do this?”

Ward, on the other hand, found the catastrophe to be amusing. She was overworked and underpaid, so she didn’t have much time to worry about it.

“The entire time, I was dying laughing because it just fits Emma’s personality and 2020 so well.”

She was so amused by it that she posted a video of it on TikTok with her fans. The Chinese-developed social media platform is intended to make people laugh.

“If you ever thought you were a bad mom, at least you didn’t forget picture day, and send your toddler to school in this.”

The video exploded in popularity in a matter of days. Ward discovered that her post had been seen over 15 million times before long.

The majority of people found the tale to be amusing. Others, however, were not amused by the material. Some people shame Ward for her young daughter’s provocative dress. They blamed her for the blunder, alleging that it was only because she had dressed her child in a shirt with the words “sasshole” on it that it happened.

Do you think mother should have dressed her child in that shirt? Or do you think, like millions of other moms all over the world, this was just a harmless, amusing moment to remember for the rest of your life?