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10-Year-Old Captures Mom’s Dramatic Childbirth In Car

Childbirth is no walk in the park.

The amount of pure emotional and physical strength is takes to create a human being and expel it from your body is unbelievable. It's some legitimate superhero type stuff.

Regardless of whether you go with a natural birth or c-section, epidural or none, anyone who has given birth should be given mad props.

Go thank your mom. Seriously. Go thank her right now.

Giving birth is hard enough in a hospital.

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However, a lot of people give birth in circumstances that are less than ideal.

Sometimes if a baby is coming, it's coming now, and you don't always have the time to get to the place you planned to give birth.

Without proper medical intervention if something goes wrong, it can be an extremely harrowing experience.

A ten-year-old recently shared a video he took of his mother in labor.

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Pretty run of the mill stuff, right?

Soooo wrong.

The family was on their way to the hospital when the mother became fully dilated, meaning that she needed to start pushing to get the baby out while they were still stopped in traffic.

Rudia Napier, Michael Addison, and their three children were in the car when Rudia went into labor.

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Rudia starts the video by reassuring her children. "It’s okay, you guys. The baby’s just coming.”

However, it isn't long before the mother begins to moan in pain and yell, "Oh, Mike, the baby’s coming out!"

Michael tried to keep the children calm.

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We hear him shout “We’re almost there!” while 10-year-old Jayden films his family's reactions from the back seat.

She filmed a "PG-13 version" as her father put it.

It quickly became clear that they weren't going to make it to the hospital.

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Addison grabbed his wife's left leg with one hand and continued to drive with the other as they prepared for an on-road delivery.

Addison refers to the moments before the birth as "a beautiful nightmare."

Thankfully, the baby was born without complications.

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Baby Jolee Lavergne has been dubbed "The Infinity Baby" after being born in the family’s Infiniti FX35 sports car.

"That was the most intense situation I've ever been in."

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The family made it to the hospital shortly after, and both mother and baby given the proper care they needed.

Addison didn't realize until several hours later that his son had filmed the entire emotional experience.

Take a look at the harrowing moment for yourself!

We're glad the the infinity baby and her family are safe and healthy.

As for 10-year-old Jayden, these parents might just have themselves a documentary producer in the making.