The photos are good enough. These are adult Varied Carpet Beetles Anthrenus verbasci (family Dermestidae). The larvae called "wooly bears" are museum pests (they eat specimens) and also household pests (eating woolen textiles). The adults eat mostly pollen, so these beetles were probably searching a way out of your house. Many types of insect will randomly land on beds, but this doesn't mean they will bite people like fleas would. Carpet Beetles are totally harmless, so please don't worry for your little one. If you have a heavy infestation, you can call pest control to deal with it.