Sixth grade teacher, 33, gives birth on the sidewalk outside of Denver high school as a director and dean accompanies her through the unexpected birth
- Lindsay Agbalokwu, 33, welcomed her daughter Zara on Tuesday outside of DSST: Conservatory Green in Stapleton, Colorado
- The mother woke up that morning with cramps that she thought were false contractions
- Agbalokwu was in the middle of a busy day when she realized she was giving birth
- Principal Natalie Lewis and student counselor Chris Earls guided her outside and put down a sleeping bag for her lie while they waited for an ambulance
- Her baby, Zara, did not want to wait and decided to make her entrance
- Lewis and Earls accompanied Agbalokwu through delivery before medication arrived
- The healthy mother and daughter are now home again with the husband of Agbalokwu and their 17-month-old son
A high school teacher in Denver started the new year dramatically by giving birth on a pavement on campus.
Lindsay Agbalokwu, 33, welcomed her daughter Zara on Tuesday outside of DSST: Conservatory Green in Stapleton, Colorado.
She had woken up that morning with cramps, but canceled them as Braxton Hicks contractions, also known as false contractions, because she had to appear on September 17th.
Unaffected by the pain, the sixth grade reading skills teacher went to work at DSST: Conservatory Green in Stapleton, Colorado, and continued her busy day.
Agbalokwu won an award ceremony before the cramps got worse until she realized she was giving birth.
& # 39; In class, the pain went from zero to 100 & # 39 ;, the mother said Yahoo.
Lindsay Agbalokwu, 33, gave birth to her daughter Zara on Tuesday's doorstep outside a Denver high school area with the help of the student director and dean
Agbalokwu was busy with her busy day at DSST: Conservatory Green (photo) when she realized she was giving birth and had to go to the hospital as soon as possible
Fellow teacher Marissa Kast intervened to cover the Agbalokwu classroom while head director Natalie Lewis and student counselor Chris Earls escorted her outside.
They laid a sleeping bag on the floor in front of Agbalokwu to lie down while she waited for an ambulance to arrive, but her newborn daughter didn't want to wait.
A 911 dispatcher gave delivery instructions to Lewis and Earls, who took her through several & # 39; terribly painful minutes & # 39; when baby Zara was born.
& # 39; I was in so much pain, I didn't care that these people are my bosses – they are both parents & # 39 ;, said Agbalokwu. & # 39; They were my support people. & # 39;
Seventh-grade teacher Marissa Kast (left) looked at Agbalokwu's classroom, while head Natalie Lewis (right) and dean Chris Earls waited for the ambulance
Lewis and Earls were relieved of their duties a few minutes later when the first responders arrived to complete the unusual birth and take Agbalokwu and Zara to the hospital.
The two are now back home with Agbalokwu's husband and their 17-month-old son.
The mother said she believes the dramatic birth is a sign of Zara & # 39; s feisty spirit.
& # 39; When she was done, she simply said: & # 39; Boom. I'm coming, & Agbalokwu said The Denver Channel.
& # 39; I think it will be an indication of her personality. That she's going to be a blast. She's going to do great things. & # 39;
The healthy mother and daughter are now home again with the husband of Agbalokwu (in the photo with her) and their 17-month-old son
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