By: Trissean McDonald
Lomita, California: Andrea and Joshua Whalen, a young married couple, rushes to Torrance Memorial Medical Center around 3 o’clock a.m. Monday whilst Andrea is in labor with their third child.
Patiently as the couple waits for the natural delivery progression, Josh assist his wife to get up and go to the bathroom. Then, “it all happened very fast. My water broke, the pressure got worse and worse and worse, and I wasn’t intending on pushing or anything, everything just came out, and I turned around and there she was in the toilet,” Andrea said.
Fortunately, mother and baby are just fine. Andrea’s husband, Joshua, addressed the incident by stating, “all of sudden, she’s grabbing on to me there’s water, blood going everywhere, next thing you know, baby’s in the toilet,” Joshua said.
Doctors and nurses rushes in to give assistance to mother and daughter. The couple’s daughter, Tessa Whalen, was born 8-pounds 3-ounces. Although the new born’s arrival was untimely and shocking to some, especially to the parents, “I think it was the craziest experience of my life with the best benefit,” Joshua said. Congratulations, parents.