- A woman, Cindy, gave birth over Mothers' Day weekend despite not knowing she was pregnant
- She revealed she experienced cramps and decided to take a bath
- While in the bathtub, Cindy gave birth to a beautiful baby boy and her boyfriend could not believe it
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A woman, Cindy, and her boyfriend, Chris, were shocked to become parents over the Mothers' Day weekend.
Neither one of the couple had any idea that Cindy was pregnant, according to ABC13. Cindy had only gained only 4.5kg over her entire pregnancy and she still got her period every month.
Cindy revealed she also felt no movement or any other pregnancy-related symptoms. Even on the day she gave birth, Cindy only experienced some cramping and had no idea she had gone into labour.
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"I started getting cramps, so I got in the bathtub, as I normally would, and then, not even and hour later, he was here. I never felt like I had to push, but I did feel like my body was pushing and he came very quickly after that."
She phoned 911 and waited for an ambulance to take them to a hospital.
At first, her boyfriend, Chris, could not believe the news. He was visiting family at the time and Cindy had to Facetime him while she was with the doctors.
That's when Chris knew she was not joking about their surprise baby.
Reporter Mayra Moreno shared the story online. She posted a snap of the little miracle baby and wrote:
"Just interviewed a woman who had no idea she was pregnant and gave birth over #MothersDay weekend."
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Moreno also shared a preview video of the incredible story on Instagram:
Social media users reacted to the news and they were stunned by the story.
Meanwhile, an old childhood photo of Ghana's vice president, His Excellency Mahamudu Bawumia, has surfaced online showing how he acted as a lawyer back at the Sakasaka Primary School in Tamale.
In the hilarious photo sighted by YEN.com.gh, Bawumia was very innocent-looking as he sat down together with some other children and adults on what is reported to be a speech and prize-giving day.
Reports indicated that the old photo was brought out by Konlanbik Jacob Duuti, a 75-year old former primary school tutor of the vice president in the 1970s at the Sakasaka Primary School in Tamale.
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