Childbirth is a major feat, even in the best of circumstances. So imagine delivering your baby in the passenger seat of a car, with no medical assistance, while your husband drives and your other children look on (and record you) from the backseat!
The Addisons, who were on their way to Henderson Hospital in Nevada with their three children, decided to make a pre-baby-delivery video. As it turns out, the baby’s actual arrival was coming within minutes. As contractions intensified, the couple forgot that their 10-year-old son Jayden was still rolling. The result is an astounding documentation of what the internet is calling the birth of “Infinity Baby,” thanks to the fact that she was born in the Addisons’ Infiniti FX35.
Michael Addison introduced the newest addition to the family, Joliee Lavergne Addison, when he posted her delivery video online. “After I watched the video, I felt like I had to share it with the world. It was exciting to me. It was a beautiful nightmare,” Michael said.
The new family of six are happy and healthy at home, although they no longer fit in their infamous Infinity. They hope to score a minivan soon with the help of dad’s Facebook fundraiser.
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Take a look at baby Joliee, aka the Infinity Baby, below. We’re so glad mama, baby, and the whole family are doing well.
Katie Nave is a freelance writer, producer, and mama living in Brooklyn, New York. Driven by her passion for storytelling, she is always seeking opportunities to elevate people who are working to better the world around them.
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