D’oh! Baby boy is left ‘looking like Homer Simpson’ after his mother forgot to wash her fake tan off before breastfeeding him
- Keziah Jozefiak, from Derby, getting ready for a Valentine’s meal when Raf woke
- She picked her son up for a feed without thinking twice with Bondi Sands tan on
- When he finished, Raf was left with circle of fake tan covering lips, nose and chin
A five-month-old baby was left ‘looking like Homer Simpson’ after his mother forgot to wash off her fake tan before breastfeeding him.
Keziah Jozefiak, from Derby, had applied fake tan ahead of going out for a meal with her partner James Smith, 21, on Valentine’s Day when her son Raf woke up hungry.
The 20-year-old mother didn’t think twice before picking her son up for a feed despite her Bondi Sands fake tan not having had time to properly dry.
When Raf had finished, the five-month-old was left with a circle of fake tan covering his lips, the bottom of his nose and his chin – just like the stubble that appears on Homer Simpson’s face in The Simpsons.
Keziah Jozefiak, from Derby, breastfed her son Raf before her fake tan had time to properly dry, leaving her son with a circle of fake tan on his face (pictured)
Kaziah took to Twitter to share a photograph of Raf grinning after the hilarious blunder, which has since been liked more than 101,000 times.
‘When I looked down at Raf I just burst out laughing. I couldn’t believe the tan had left his mouth looking like Homer [Simpson],’ she said.
‘Raf was asleep so I thought I could squeeze in some tanning time but he woke up starving mid-tan.
‘It is the first and definitely last time I feed him with my tan still on. It hadn’t actually occurred to me that the tan could transfer onto him.
Keziah (pictured with Raf) had been tanning ahead of going on a Valentine’s Day meal out with her partner James Smith
It took Keziah an hour to remove the hilarious tan lines from around her son’s face with baby oil and wipes (Pictured: Raf without the tan)
‘I took a picture and sent it to my girl friends and they were all laughing as well. Everyone is finding it hilarious and my mum rang me in tears she found it so funny.’
Keziah said she usually tans once a week and applies it in the evening before bed so it never comes into contact with her son.
It took an hour for the panicking mother to remove the tan from her baby boy’s face.
Keziah said: ‘It took me a good solid hour to get the tan off his face properly but he found the whole thing hilarious.
‘I used baby oil and baby wipes and he looked shiny and clean after.
‘Fortunately, Bondi Sands tan is really good for your skin.’
Keziah said she usually tans once a week and applies it in the evening so it doesn’t come into contact with her son (Pictured: James Smith)