The parents of a 22-month-old New Jersey boy are baffled after the child somehow managed to order expensive furniture online from Walmart.

Ayaansh Kumar, an Indian-American toddler, may still be in diapers, but he used his mother’s phone to order close to $2,000 worth of furniture, NBC News reported on Jan. 21.

"It is really hard to believe that he has done this, but that’s what happened," the toddler’s father, Pramod Kumar, said.

The screen-savvy toddler’s mother, Madhu Kumar, had created a cart on her Walmart account on her phone but never checked it out. 

When the furniture from Walmart started getting delivered at the doorstep of the family's home in Monmouth Junction, Madhu asked her husband and two older children: Who ordered this? 

"I need one or two, why would we need four?" Madhu said. 

The mother said that some of the packages barely fit through their front door, adding that not once did she consider that her baby boy was the one placing the orders.

Little Ayaansh bought accent chairs, flower stands, and other household items that his mother had been e-window shopping for their new home in Monmouth Junction. 

"He’s so little, he’s so cute, we were laughing that he ordered all this stuff," his mom said.

Ayaansh’s family members believe that he was paying close attention to and was basically mimicking what his two older siblings and his parents do all the time – shopping for commodities online.

Apparently, the child what he's doing too. An NBC New York reporter gave his phone to Ayaansh and the toddler was able to close the calendar app, send an email to the reporter's mother and then search through the contacts.

The toddler’s father said he plans to add stronger passwords and use the facial recognition feature on their phones so that their baby boy can't compromise their device in the future.

"Moving forward, we will put tough passcodes or face recognition so when he picks up the phone he finds it in locked condition," his dad said.

Pramod and Madhu are now waiting for all the items to arrive. They then plan on driving the boxes back to their local Walmart to return them, where they have been told they will receive a full refund.

The parents said they may keep a couple of things, to remind them of their baby boy’s first online shopping spree.

Ayaansh Kumar Ayaansh Kumar, an Indian-American toddler who is not even two years old, sneakily ordered goods worth nearly $2,000 from Walmart using his mother's smartphone. Twitter/@TimesTurkey