One teenager who went to bed with a flat stomach & # 39; was stunned when she woke up with a baby surprise – and gave birth only 45 minutes later.
Emmalouise Leggate, 18, of Glasgow, was taking the pill and says she had no idea she was pregnant for the second time until she woke up with a baby belly.
His grandmother Louise Ford, 63, rushed to the teenager at the hospital, but the work happened so quickly that Emmalouise gave birth in the parking lot only 45 minutes after discovering the swelling.
The mother staying at home claims she did not have morning sickness or cravings for food, never felt her daughter kick and put her periods off in place of the pill.
Emmalouise Leggate, 18, of Glasgow, in the photo when she was six months pregnant, noted that she was getting fat but had no symptoms or baby.
Emmalouise with her boyfriend Sean and their two children, Caoimhe (right) and surprise baby Ciara (left), now eight months
Doctors allegedly thought Ciara Louise Lamont, now eight months old, was in the post when she was born, and explained her mother's lack of collision due to the baby being positioned near the lower back.
Fortunately, her new daughter was born happy and healthy, weighing 7 pounds and 12 ounces on July 17, 2018, and new mother and partner Sean Lamont, 19, hugged her parents for the second time.
Emmalouise admitted she was in shock after this happened, saying: "It did not look real.
My nana was so shocked she did not want to believe it. We were very lucky she was well.
Emmalouise's body had barely changed after six months of pregnancy (left), but she woke up one night and found she had a shocking bump (right). She gave birth 45 minutes later
The two were kept in hospital for two days to make sure the newborn was healthy, but fortunately there was nothing wrong with Ciara
The teenager continued: "I did not take a pregnancy test, I had no symptoms, nothing. Nothing at all.
"The doctors could not explain why I did not have a knock. They just told me that she should be sitting on the lower back and that is quite common.
Ciara never kicked. I've never felt her do that. I've never had any morning sickness or cravings, none of that.
Emma's grandmother holding baby Ciara. She helped deliver the baby, and the duo wrapped it in a cape at the back of the car
The mother stayed at home: "In the beginning [of using the pill] I was bleeding a little, but then my periods stopped completely, so I thought it was the pill.
& # 39; I had no jolts. I had gained some weight, so my mother was suggesting that we go out and do different things to burn because I kept talking about my weight.
The weight was all over my body, more on my arms, legs and face than anywhere else. My stomach never grew.
The teenage mother of two kids called the morning of "crazy," but said she felt as if Ciara was the best thing that could have happened.
The teenager, who lived at home with her mother Jackie Ford and her one-year-old daughter Caoimhe Lamont at the time, was shocked when the collision appeared overnight.
Emmalouise said she left "literally out of nowhere" one morning.
She revealed: "My Nanna kept saying" it's definitely a baby, but I do not think you're ready to give birth now because of how high you are.
& # 39; It was a beautiful beat. It was very small and everything at the top – I suppose she had just turned around.
Jackie called Louise, who took her granddaughter to the hospital, but when the teenager was in the car, her water broke.
The teenager revealed that the delivery was incredibly quick, saying, "We just parked outside the hospital and my nanny was saying," wait five minutes, you can not wait just five minutes? "And I I just could not.
Louise ran to the hospital to alert them and try to find a midwife before helping her granddaughter give birth in the back of the car.
Emmalouise said her grandmother was "in shock" when the baby was born, and the duo wrapped the newborn in a blanket in the back of the car.
When the midwife found them in the parking lot, Ciara was already born.
Baby Caoimhe meeting his surprise sister Ciara. Emmalouise says the two are "very close" and that Caoimhe is "very protective" of her brother
Emmalouise said: "The midwife left thinking that I was about to give birth and it was an unknown pregnancy. She asked how long I thought I had and I was syncing it.
But then she opened the car door and she [the baby] I was already there. I had given birth to her.
Her grandmother was so proud she kept people standing in the street, and bragging about how beautiful the baby was, while Emmalouise was still panicking about whether Ciara was all right.
The proud mother gave Ciara the middle name "Louise" after the role that her passionate great-grandmother, who unfortunately passed away in October, interpreted at her birth.
Emmalouise says her grandmother has a special & # 39; with the baby, revealing: "I keep saying this happened for a reason. I gave birth outside so I could be with my nanna.
"My name of nanna was Louise, so that's where Ciara takes Louise."
Both Emmalouise and her daughter were kept in hospital for two days so they could take tests to make sure Ciara was healthy.
The teenager admitted she was "very lucky" that nothing was wrong with Ciara and called it "a crazy morning."
Emmalouise called her daughter Ciara "the best thing that could have happened," and named her after her great-grandmother
Emmalouise was living with her mother Jackie at the time. The grandmother portrayed with the new baby surprise
Emmalouise and Sean with their two sons, Coimhe and Ciara. The pair has now changed their contraception to prevent a similar situation from happening again
She revealed: "I'll definitely tell Ciara when she's older. In her birth certificate, she says she was born outside the hospital facility. I've never had doctor notes or anything.
"They had to take their blood immediately because they never knew if there was something [that could be wrong with her].
"She had to take a hearing test and was not responding in one ear, so we were worried that she would be deaf in one ear, but she was completely fine. That was the only wrong thing.
But despite Ciara being the best thing that could have happened, Emmalouise and Sean decided they did not want any more "surprise" kids and the mother switched the pill over the coil.
The sisters are said to be very close, with her older sister, Caoimhe, giving Ciara her dummy when she is crying or giving her a teddy bear to play with.
Caoimhe (left) is very protective of her younger sister Ciara (right), with her mother Emmalouise saying she is "very funny" with her.
Emmalouise said: "I'm only 19, so I have two babies. Fortunately my eldest really took it to Ciara. She really shocked me really at how well she was with her.
& # 39; They are very close as sisters. Caoimhe is very funny with her – whenever Ciara cries, she puts on her doll and gives her a teddy bear and puts the duvet over her.
"She'll tell me right away – how?" Ciara, bottle. She is very protective of her little sister.
"Everyone says to me that I can not go back now – I just have to go with that now.
It was the best thing that could have happened. But we're not having it any more. No more surprise babies, thank you.
It has changed the way I think about contraception. I ended up going on the reel just after Ciara. I'm safe now. I do pregnancy tests nowadays also for precaution.