My labour didn’t go according to plan – in fact it got so dramatic the police even got involved | The Sun

A MUM has recalled her baby girl's very dramatic birth, after she ended up going into labour on the way to the hospital.

Deshai took to TikTok to share her baby's "crazy" delivery story, which began as she and her husband headed to the hospital when she began having contractions close together.

"I gave birth to my baby girl in the car on the way to the hospital," she began.

She showed herself after having given birth, with the newborn tucked in on her stomach as she sat on the passenger seat.

And things got even more dramatic when they got stuck in traffic.

So they had to "flag down police for an escort".

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"We made it to the hospital and she was in mint condition," Deshai added.

"Thank God! We even got discharged the very next day.

"She met her big sister and brother who love her very much.

"It was very scary but we are blessed to have another healthy, beautiful addition to the family."

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She concluded by writing: "We can’t wait for her to grow up and hear her crazy birth story!"

"The baby in your pants like a baby kangaroo in it’s mommas pouch," one person commented on the video.


"Omgggg in Atlanta traffic!" another wrote.

"I would’ve had a panic attack lol. Congrats!"

"Yes, my husband was panicking which is why he flagged the police down for an escort," Deshai replied.

"Not all super heroes wear capes! Super Mom," someone else commented.

"How’d you know what to do or how to care for her until you got to the hospital?" another asked.

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With Deshai responding: "I was just praying and trying not to panic.

"I just focused on keeping her warm and making sure she was breathing."

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