Grace and Bryson Mawn went to the hospital for Grace, is suspected kidney stone pain, and soon learned they were for the parents.
(Thanks to Bryson Mawn)
A Louisiana couple who said that they had no idea they are expecting a baby soon made the transition to parenthood of two weeks ago, after the Grace Mawn suspected kidney stone pain turned out to be active labor.
“I knew when I felt something down there, I knew it wasn’t a kidney stone,” Mawn, whose husband Bryson took her to the emergency room after a dinner with friends on March 25, told KSLA.
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Mawn said that she was on birth control and that they had not missed periods or experienced a typical pregnancy symptoms in the months prior to arrival in the hospital. But on March 26, 3:03 pm, she gave birth to Micaela Grace.
“I have never felt her move during the pregnancy,” she told KSLA. “I never had cravings, I never had morning sickness. Looking back now, I have a little bit of weight, but it was not noticeable weight, so I don’t always think about it. I had my normal cycle a few months were a bit lighter, but I thought it was the pill I was on, so I never thought anything about it.”
Bryson Mawn, who was in the air force and is stationed at Barksdale Air Force Base, said when he heard that his daughter’s first cry, he was in shock.
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“They said: ‘It’s a girl,’ and she begins to cry and the moment I heard that cry I was like ‘How is she in life? What is going on?'” he told the news outlet. “So many questions, so many scenarios went through my head of what’s going to happen.”
Bryson Mawn said that he has a GoFundMe page to meet their unexpected addition as the couple had only a few hundred dollars in their savings for their daughter born. KSLA reports that Micaela is currently in the NICU in LSUS-Health, where they continue to make progress.