- A woman gave birth at a hospital parking lot and the moment was captured by a doorbell camera
- The woman and her husband approached the building but the baby didn't allow them get in before coming out of the womb
- The new mother identified as Susan Anderson had planned to experience a water birth but her baby did not let that happen
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A video has emerged in a which a woman in Florida, United States, could be seen giving birth while standing at a hospital parking lot.
The moment was captured by doorbell camera as Susan Anderson and her husband Joseph approached the hospital building, The Western Journal reports.
YEN.com.gh notes that Susan told WPLG-TV: “During the car ride to the birth center, I turned to my husband, and I was like, ‘I need to push!'.
"I didn’t think I wouldn’t make it into the building.”
Susan had planned to experience a water birth but her baby did not let that happen.
The new mother added: “That was my focus, just getting inside to the birthing tub, but she had other ideas.”
Meanwhile, a couple who met in college and married after graduation want to have their baby breastfed by their girlfriend Jess.
Mike and his wife Lo met Jess at a concert in 2018 and they organised a threesome with the lady.
The adventurous couple were shocked when they realised they wanted much more than just a one-night thing with Jess.
Lo said: "Before we met Jess our relationship was a lot more vanilla.
"We kept to ourselves, but we always discussed how it would be fun to have a threesome with someone else."
Lo said she and Mike love being around Jess, adding that what they have is organic like any normal relationship.
YEN.com.gh also reported that a young lady identified on Twitter as Tabitha Ladaryl has narrated how her grandfather surprised her with her dream car on the day of her graduation.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal Twitter handle of the beautiful young lady, she indicates that the car was given to her by her parents who mentioned it was actually from her late grandfather.
"Before he passed last August, he paid for the car he knew I always wanted in full and made sure I got it for graduation," Tabitha narrates.
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