Mom Feels Baby’s Head Between Her Legs Before Giving Birth On The Floor Of The Hospital Hallway

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Jes Hogan certainly never planned to give birth on the floor of the hospital hallway, but that’s exactly what happened.

Babies are notoriously unpredictable, especially when it comes to being born.

Jes, who has five little girls with husband Travis, was excited to have her first son, but the birth definitely didn’t go as planned.

Jes told Inside Edition, “We got past the first set of double doors and then just made it just past the second, and it just happened. We couldn’t even get a wheelchair.”

She could feel her baby’s head crowning, and she knew they weren’t going to make it to a hospital room. After that, nurses rushed in to help lower Jes to the ground. She pushed once, and baby Max was there!

Within seconds, the baby was on Jes’ chest, and a few minutes later, she was moved onto a gurney and taken to a room. There, Jes and Travis’s daughters got to meet their brand-new baby brother.

Her birth story might not be traditional, but it’s definitely something Jes and her whole family will remember forever. And the photographer they hired was there for the entire thing!

Watch the video below to see how Jes feels about her crazy birth now. And if you love incredible stories like this one, please SHARE this article with your friends!

Photos: Little Leapling Photography

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