A young mother who stabbed her two sons to death has been ordered to stay indefinitely in a secure psychiatric hospital.
Jael Mullings, 22, killed Romario Mullings-Sewell, two, and four-months-old Delayno at their home in Cheetham Hill, Manchester, on November 12.
Mullings, who had been suffering paranoid schizophrenia, was sentenced for manslaughter at Manchester Crown Court.
The court was told she had also been smoking strong skunk cannabis mixed with cocaine - known as a "white widow" - and suffering religious delusions in the days before the killings.
Just hours before she stabbed her sons through the chest with a kitchen knife, Mullings had been acting bizarrely and called her GP to say she could not cope and wanted someone to take the children from her.
Mullings, who pleaded guilty to manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility at an earlier hearing, smiled and blew kisses to her family at the court.
She had been "devoted" to her children but was a single-mother, using drugs, feeling isolated and suffering mental illness, the court was told.
Judge John Griffiths-Williams told her: "This is, on any view, a desperately tragic case.
"You were clearly devoted to Romario and Delayno, but for some time you have suffered from paranoid schizophrenia. I have no doubt you will carry the very heavy burden of your responsibility for ending their lives for as long as you live.
"I am satisfied your mental responsibility for your actions were so substantially impaired you require treatment, not punishment."