A Nevada woman gave birth in the front seat of her car while driving to the hospital — and her 11-year-old son caught the whole thing on his cellphone. Rudy Naper was two weeks away from her due date and going to the hospital for her final check-up last week, with all three of her children in the backseat, when she suddenly started going into labour.
Her young son Jayden had been asked by dad Mike Anthony Addison to record the ride — but ended up getting his little sister’s birth on tape too.
“OK, the baby is just coming OK,.”
The mom can be heard saying in the clip, which was posted to social media and viewed millions of times. “Oh the baby is coming out ,” she cries.
The dad asks the children in the backseat if they have any words for the incoming baby and Jayden says: “Hurry up!” Meanwhile, his sisters Jai’ahni, 8, and Jaida,4, can be seen with tears streaming down their faces.
After about two minutes, Naper says, “Mike, the baby’s out” and pulls out their little girl.
“Oh sh-t, oh sh-t, hold her up, hold her up,” he replies.
Finally, the family pulls in to a local hospital.
“I was only concerned with the baby coming out safely,” Naper told “Today” on Tuesday. “At the time I didn’t know what to do but I guess my body did.”
The happy parents named their little girl Jolee, they said.
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