Woman Delivered Baby With Help of YouTube
I have googled and YouTube'd countless things. It's no secret that many of us turn to YouTube when we need help learning to do something. I have had to get some coaching learning to open a wine bottle with no wine opener, thanks to YouTube I was able to save the night. However one thing I hope I never ever have to google or get help with is delivering a baby. Mia Freeman from Nashville, Tennessee was flying to Germany and had no idea she would be going in to labor upon her arrival overseas. The proud Air Force member had no idea she was pregnant, she was on birth control and as many ladies know, the whole cycle situation gets thrown off. Tia Freeman took to her Twitter to shock her friends and millions of Twitter users.
Freeman's story unfolded over Twitter and she talked freely about her bringing her baby into the world, alone in a hotel bathroom. Freeman was in her hotel and was going into labor and decided to turn to YouTube to be able to deliver her baby. She was even able to cut the umbilical chord without scissors. Tia Freeman gave birth to a healthy baby boy who she named Xavier. "It’s weird how focused a person becomes when they’re adrenaline starts going. Because at no point ever did I freak out. Like I just did what I had to do." said Freeman on her Twitter. Freeman later made her way to Turkey to get her son a birth certificate. Clearly, this new mom can take on the world. Talk about MacGyver skills, great job mom Tia Freeman!
The things we can learn from YouTube blows my mind. What have you learned from YouTube? Let us know in the comments below.