A Virginia woman's viral thread about unexpectedly going into labor while in her Turkish hotel room may have won the award for greatest baby delivery story of all time.
In January, 22-year-old Tia Freeman, who is a member of the Air Force, found out she was pregnant when she was already in her third trimester. Freeman was in denial about the news and didn't want it to stop her from going on a planned trip to Germany.
During her flight, Freeman began to go into labor and she shared the entire story in an epic twitter thread
Not knowing what to expect, Freeman sought birth instructions from YouTube
Freeman never lost her cool and took the necessary steps to deliver her baby on her own
After learning she had a boy, Freeman prepped to deliver the placenta
After using her knife to cut the umbilical cord, Freeman cleaned up the bathroom
Eventually, Freeman had to go back to the airport, where she was subjected to some serious questioning
Once word of her story got out, Turkish reporters found Freeman to document the historic moment
Afterwards, Freeman and her new baby boy were transported to the US Consulate to get official documents
She was also taken to the hospital for an official checkup and was fully pampered by Turkish Airlines
Freeman also shared beautiful pictures of baby Xavier
People who read Freeman's thread seemed to go through as many emotions as she did when she gave birth