Baby alive doll found in a park

A baby is alive, and she is being cared for by a babysitter in an Ontario park.

The baby is being held by her mother in a dollhouse in a remote park in Brantford, Ont., a park manager told CBC News.

The park manager says the baby has been on the property since Monday.

The mom says she’s hoping to reunite with her baby in about a month.

“The baby is a beautiful baby, she’s got a big smile on her face,” said the mom, who asked that her name not be used.

“She’s doing very well, and we’re looking forward to seeing her again.”

A park manager tells CBC News the baby is in a tiny dollhouse that is tucked away in a small park in Brampton, Ont.

The mother says she hopes to reunify with her newborn in about one month.

(CBC News)The park manager said she was unaware the dollhouse was used for a baby until CBC News contacted her.

The toddler’s mother is a park employee who has been babysitting the child for the past month.

She said she’s trying to get a babysitting job in Bramptons apartment.

“It’s a bit of a shock to see my baby alive and healthy,” the mom said.

The babysitter said the baby was not in a crib when the mother got home.

She said she did not know the baby’s father or babysitter, and was not sure if the babysitter would be taking the child back to the park.

‘It was a shock’The babysitters said they have been following the park for months, and had been waiting for the baby to come home, but had not heard anything.

They said they were initially worried about the babysitting situation, but were surprised by the news that a baby had been found.

“(We) had been keeping an eye on it for about a week before it happened,” the mother said.

“It was kind of a surprise, we weren’t expecting it to happen at all.

(We) are hoping that it will just go away and that they’ll be happy and they’ll feel safe.”