The infant, Ava, after she stopped breathing and turned white was rushed to the hospital Thursday afternoon from the home of a baby-sitter.
Her family says she left home happy as could be the way they say she was everyday.
Clark County Sheriff Jason Watson and the family tells KARK they expect no foul play but an autopsy has been performed and the family is awaiting results.
The family tells us they have no-reason to believe the baby-sitter had anything to do with Ava's death, and that this likely could have happened anywhere.
Ava's "favorite aunt," Kimberly Davis said, "We don't understand how she went from being happy and healthy that morning to gone by 2 or 3 o'clock. I don't understand it."
A fund has been set up for the mother and family at Summit Bank in Arkadelphia under the name Ava Rogers to help for expenses like funeral and visitation.
The family announced the visitation for Ava will be at 2-4 p.m. at Ruggles Funeral Home in Arkadelphia with the funeral to take place the following day at 2 p.m.