Madison Boyd, 12, is home from the hospital and proudly shows off the few scrapes and burns she suffered after she survived being run over Saturday morning.
"I have no broken bones," she told KARK.
She was hosting a slumber party when she and a friend decided to watch the sunrise from the driveway and fell asleep.
Madison's mom, Belinda Boyd, awoke to find the girls gone and frantically leaped into her car to look for them.
"That's when her little friend popped up in the drive way," Belinda Boyd said, "And said you ran over Madison!"
Boyd relived that terrifying moment most moms only have nightmares about.
"I saw the blanket," Belinda said, "And I just thought the worst."
Madison was airlifted from her street and flown to Children's Hospital in Little Rock.
Boyd was taken into custody but later released after toxicology tests showed she was 100% sober, and this simply an accident.
"I will only be driving forward from now on," Boyd said.
Madison said her mother is an amazing one and she also learned something from all this.
"That it's not a good thing to do," said Madison, "To sleep behind where a car can back up."