Baby Born At McDonald's

A baby was born in a McDonald's restroom in Vancouver, Wash, and the mother didn't even know she was pregnant.

It was the evening shift last Friday at the fast-food restaurant when employee Danille Miller suddenly felt ill and ran for the bathroom. Her 16-year-old co-worker, Jaynae Herrera, followed "I was like are you pregnant?" Herrera asked. "Because she was in the bathroom, and I'm like, are you pregnant? She says, I don't think so. A couple minutes later, she says the baby is coming out, and that's when I started freaking out."

Herrera, with the assistance of a 911 dispatcher, helped her deliver baby Austin Laddusaw, and both mother and baby are fine. Miller said, "I was so shocked I couldn't talk. I was shaking the whole time. I didn't stop shaking until three the next morning. My sister stayed the night with me."

Story: Koin
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Dude this is Vancouver,WASHIINGTON not BC!
I live right down the street (less than 1/2 mile) from that location and my sister is actually good friends with the woman who delivered the baby. She told me all about it a few nights ago.
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Okay, no way did she not know something was not normal. She was not obese, a little heavy, possibly related to the pregnancy, but it was definitely a heavy case of denial. Her periods would have stopped, there would have been other physical changes to her body (there are so many, some of them happen to every woman), the baby had to have moved, and she was young, so there was no thought of her being menopausal.

It's good the baby appears healthy. I'm sad that this baby probably has a very poor future, with a single, teenage mother who refused to face the fact of her situation, and will probably now refuse to face the facts of what is really required to raise a healthy, happy child.
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