Texan Mother Delivers Baby By Herself In A Gas Station Bathroom After Assuming She Just Needed To Use The Toilet

A trip back home ended up with a special delivery for a Texan woman over the weekend. 

Couple Sergio Mancera and Kaitlyn Fullerton were on their way back home to Victoria from Houston when Kaitlyn suddenly felt the need to push but just thought it was contractions or just an urge to use the toilet.

“We got further along the road and I felt like I needed to start pushing, well I thought I needed to go to the bathroom,” she said, as per ABC13.

Neither Sergio nor Kaitlyn thought that their quick trip to a gas station in Beasley, Texas, would mark one of the most special days in their lives.

“I kept on feeling like a water pressure…. because whenever I stood up, my water broke,” Kaitlyn explained.

And at that moment Kaytlin gave birth to their second child, in a gas station bathroom.

A little later, women who were also in the bathroom asked Kaitlyn if she was alright and were shocked when they saw what had happened.

Kaitlyn said she asked one of them to go get her husband and tell him the good news.

“I was on my phone and 10 minutes later, a woman showed up and said, “Hey, your wife just gave birth,” and I was like, “What! Really?” Sergio said.

Upon hearing that, Sergio quickly grabbed their son and rushed to the bathroom where he saw his wife and their new baby.

“I couldn’t believe it,” Sergio said.

The mother and her child were then taken to Sugar Land hospital, and sometime after, she shared a Tik Tok video that has since been viewed more than 20 million times!

Here it is:

@mancerakaitlyn

You wouldn’t believe it, unless you saw it happening. 😅 YT: The Mancera Family #naturalbirth #laboranddelivery #part2 #DontSpillChallenge #fypシ

♬ chicken tikka – hannah

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